Naoshima. Simple lamp with straight lines inspired by technique of an old Japanese craftsmen.
The popular technique, now more than three hundred years old, that is known in Japan as Shou Sugi Ban, was developed on the island of Naoshima to treat wood used in the construction of traditional fishing villages. The treatment was designed to combat the damage to the wood caused by the effects of the sea.
Naoshima is ancestral, vernacular and minimalist; for many, these three words have come to define the architecture of Japan, a country that has served as a source of cultural and technological inspiration to countless cultures.
Material: Chedar wood
Wood finish: Shou sugi ban / Oil
Dimensions: L x D: 18,5 x 6 cm
Electric wire: fabric cord - 100cm
Socket: E27 -230V - 6A - MAX 60W
Each piece will vary in grain and indications of the wood’s prior use. These irregularities add to the raw and minimalist finish of these objects. Some pieces can have small defects as knots or hairline cracks caused by fire.
*All products are unique and handmade, so irregularities are natural.
*LED bulb not included, but it can be purchased separately.
*Due to various monitor settings, color may vary slightly from those shown on your screen.