These Capottino Lights are just so gosh darn adorable! They come in three different models but they all take the appearance of tiny winter coats, like those worn by even smaller children. Soft fabrics cloak the bell-shaped lampshades and overlap at the front, complete with rounded collars and sets of buttons to finish their dressed-up looks.
Ryosuke Fukusada calls the handsome hanging lights "somersault" and uses the word "Saudade" to reference a longing or nostalgia. These lovely jacketed light fixtures are reminiscent of the warm woolen overcoats that were fashionable for kids generations ago, so the whole project is based on this idea of childhood and a simpler time. The utterly charming Capottino Lights bring a heartwarming quality to the room, plus a playfulness expressed by the fun variety of single and double-breasted buttons.