Sinuous design: Foop lamp by Kenji Fukushima Design

Osaka-based designer Kenji Fukushima launched the Foop lamp, offering a smooth and sinuous design made up of two overlapping LED lights. Specifically, an aluminum and polycarbonate frame is embedded with two simple LED lights to create a circle of light. The frame splits into two at the base to provide a sturdy base. Foop is available with a white, black, yellow and blue grey frame.

Founded in 2011, Osaka-based studio Kenji Fukushima Design provides design and consulting services across the fields of industrial design, furniture design, interior design, graphic design and package design.








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