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The Tomiyama Koichi Walnut Coffee Lamp is Common in Japan

 - Apr 11, 2012
References: store.mjolk & inqmind.co
The Tomiyama Koichi Walnut Coffee Lamp is a simple light fixture that would add a nice touch to homes. The wood has been sculpted in such a way as to give it a stunning disc-like look, which hovers over the light bulb. Modern in a minimalist manner, the pendant lamp would fit into any living space beautifully. It is basic enough to complement existing decor while bold enough to make its own statement.

Curated by John Baker and Juli Daoust for the Mjölk online shop, the Tomiyama Koichi Walnut Coffee Lamp may be ubiquitous in coffee shops all over Japan, but it was made for North American use only. In addition to the wooden lampshade, which was hand turned by Koichi himself, it comes with a ceramic fitting.