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Yamagiwa Introduces the Kisawing by Kisa Kawakami

 - Sep 4, 2009   Updated: Jun 14 2011
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Japanese retailer Yamagiwa is offering this sculptural, transforming lamp designed by architect and designer Kisa Kawakami. The adjustable lamp, called the 'Kisawing,' is made of Japanese cedar and paper covered acrylic sheets. Shadow and light is playfully reflected among the lamp's six wings. Both the natural world and modern forms intermingle in this amazing folding lamp.

Check out more shots of Kisa Kawakami's lamo above.

Implications - Lighting is something that many consumers can attest is a necessity. During times of economic uncertainty there is an increased need for businesses to create products that offer both a service consumers view as a necessity, as well as a product that appears different that the norm.