Stylish lamp: Kurage by Luca Nichetto and Nendo for Foscarini

Stockholm-based designer Luca Nichetto has paired with Japanese studio Nendo to create a new jellyfish-inspired lamp for Foscarini. Blending Japanese and Scandinavian design sensibilities, the “Kurage” (meaning ‘jellyfish’ in Japanese) lamp is reminiscent of a jellyfish, with its four slim elongated ash legs topped with a lightweight, handmade washi-paper shade. Ultra lightweight, the diffuser rests on the base without the use of a mount, in order to prevent any possible shadows from altering the pureness of the light.

Helmed by Alessandro Vecchiato and Carlo Urbinati, lighting manufacturer Foscarini was established 27 years ago. 

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