Light sources: Rituals lighting collection by Foscarini

Rituals lighting collection
Foscarini launched the Rituals table lamps.

Foscarini launched the Rituals table lamps, which include three different yet complementary lamps. Though appearing like they use rice paper or mulberry tree bark, the raw materials of traditional Japanese lanterns, the lamps actually use blown engraved satin glass and varnished metal. There are horizontal lines that cut across the surface of the lamps that contribute to filtering the intensity of the light source. The blown glass body – with its plaster-like appearance – is suspended on a base consisting of three metal feet. The lamps can be used individually or altogether. The lamps are available in white.

Rituals lighting collection

Rituals lighting collection

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Rituals lighting collection

Rituals lighting collection

Rituals lighting collection

Rituals lighting collection

Rituals lighting collection

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