Client: Karimoku Case Study
Year: 2020

Designed for the Archipelago House case, the shape of the pendant mimics the architecture of the building, that with its high and triangular shaped roof construction, needs light being spread not only down, but also up and to the sides. The bottom of the lamp has been covered with a single piece of Washi paper, which is cleverly held in place by a few magnets, making it easy to disassemble it, should you need to change the bulb. The bottom furthermore acts as a screen, hiding the lightsource and creating a warm and indirect light.


Web design & graphic design :
Aurélien Stein

Logotype :
Atelier CPH