Lucky charms: Foscarini’s Chouchin reverse lamps

Introducing Foscarini’s Chouchin collection of reverse lanterns. Designed by Ionna Vautrin, the Chouchin lanterns were named after traditional Japanese paper and bamboo lanterns used as light and bright signs outside restaurants and bars, or as lucky charms outside homes. The lamps are made from blown glass that was painted on the lower rim, while the main body of the lamp is left white.

Established 27 years ago, Foscarini is helmed by Alessandro Vecchiato and Carlo Urbinati.

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