An harmonious blend of light and shade that results in a form that’s visually enchanting.
April 15th, 2013
“IN-EI” – Japanese for “shadow, shadiness, nuance”.
Conceived by Issey Miyake and his Reality Lab., and brought to life by Artemide the latest in the “IN-EI” collection to make its way into production and wend its way to Australia is: Hoshigame.
Hoshigame – Issey Miyake for Artemide
The art of lighting has a conceptual and technological heritage at the Miyake Design Studio, dating back to 2010, when Issey Miyake and his team presented “132 5“.
The IN-EI Collection
Miyake’s trademark folding technology combines with a special fabric derived from recycled PET bottles to create sculptural yet rigid forms. Designed to be collapsible, the geometric shades retain their form perfectly
without the need for an internal frame. The range’s intricate shades were designed using complex 2 and 3 dimensional mathematical principles.
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