The Formakami lamps are a playful adaptation of traditional asian lanterns in a contemporary context. Jaime Hayon based his creation on craftsmanship and traditional materials: rice paper combined with black stained oak gives a very asian and yet scandinavian looks to the Formakami lamps.
Formakami lamps are available in four version – three pendants, one table lamp –, each with its lower form cut in half to exude more light.
Materials ivory rice paper with black stained oak
Light source E27
Jaime Hayon is all about being open. A Spanish artist / designer who set up his own studio in 2000, Hayon is an eternal enthusiast whose modus operandi is optimism. He has designed countless pieces of furniture, lighting fixtures and home accessories, hotel interiors, retail shops, a line of ceramics, shoes and his own collection of timepieces. With designs already in prominent museums around the globe, Hayon is at the forefront of a new wave of talents blurring the lines between art, decoration and design.
With offices in Italy, Spain and Japan, Hayon is a prolific designer keen on exploring new, expressive forms. Armed with a deep respect for artisan skills, finely-crafted details and a passion for play.