Nona Lamp by Hiroshi Tsunoda
by Harry / August 2, 2010


Nona is a lamp with a shade that doubles as packaging for the lamp. "Its surprising packaging hides the collared part of the lamp and all its components, and transforms this piece into a gift that doesn't need to be wrapped."



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"Their shapes suggest one of a panettone cake. Its design achieves a surprising play on light and shadows with organic and geometric patterns."


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"Nona is a light box, a white retro illuminated volume that, due to the reflections on its base, radiates slightly tinted light."


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Usually used with affection, Chibi is the Japanese word for something small. Tsunoda's Chibi Lamp is both small and simple, it's made of a single lasercut iron sheet that's then bent into shape.

"Simplicity and ingenuity become a new way of representing the iconic forms of a lamp. The main idea with this lamp was to create an easy product with a very unique personality."


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The making of Chibi, laser cut sheet metal above, folding below.


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