Take two sheets of paper and roll them up together, creating something that resembles a seashell or a flower...an intuitive object both poetic and beguiling. Maki designed by Nendo was conceived by a spontaneous natural inspiration, becoming a design product only after a challenging development process. As if made of paper, two aluminum sheets were rolled up and one slipped inside the other. Only with incisions, invisible when the lamp is assembled, could the creators obtain the proper play of light. The simple form of Maki plays with the immaterial nature of light, integrating it as an important decorative element: the side glare is filtered by the edges of the rolled-up metallic sheets, creating a dynamic yet soft effect. While light is also cast directly down, as a soft spot beam.
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