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Akari 33N, 1951

Akari 33N light sculpture by Isamu Noguchi for Vitra.

In 1951, American/Japanese artist and designer Isamu Noguchi started to design the Akari Light Sculptures, a total of over 100 hand-made Shoji-paper models for table lights, standard lamps or ceiling luminaires. For the name of this lighting series he chose the word "akari", the Japanese terms for brightness and light, and also lightness.

Herman Miller has the sole license for the Isamu Noguchi collection in the U.S. and the Far East. Therefore the export of these products from the UK to the U.S. is not possible.

For more information please contact Herman Miller.

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Akari 33N light sculpture by Isamu Noguchi for Vitra.

In 1951, American/Japanese artist and designer Isamu Noguchi started to design the Akari Light Sculptures, a total of over 100 hand-made Shoji-paper models for table lights, standard lamps or ceiling luminaires. For the name of this lighting series he chose the word "akari", the Japanese terms for brightness and light, and also lightness.

Herman Miller has the sole license for the Isamu Noguchi collection in the U.S. and the Far East. Therefore the export of these products from the UK to the U.S. is not possible.

For more information please contact Herman Miller.

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47w x 47d x 16-cmh

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Lampshades: Washi paper, some partially painted.

Structure: Bamboo/steel wire.

Light source: 4W LED, 2700 K (warm white)

Socket: E27

Dimmability: Non-dimmable

Plug: Euro flat, 2-pin (type C plug)

Max. watt: 12 W

Energy efficiency: F

Cable length: 220 cm

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