Noguchi 75A Ceiling Lamp - Backorder / Not Available
Size: 29" x 27"
Noguchi 120A Ceiling Lamp - Backorder / Not Available
Size: 47" x 46"
Additional freight applies
Noguchi Lamps 75A Ceiling Information:
The Noguchi 75A and 120A ceiling lamps are very large round pendant lights with a 29" or 47" inch diameter shade handmade with the japanese washi paper and the small bamboo ribbing.
The Akari light sculptures 75A/120A ceiling lamps are handmade in Gifu, Japan the paper lanterns are a harmonious blend of Japanese handcraft and modernist design form.
Designed by Isamu Noguchi in the 1950's this classic 75A and 120A large round pendant lamps are icons of modern design.
The ceiling lamps are available with a hard wire kit to connect to ceiling junction box, or a plug in kit with a swag kit that plugs into the wall.
NOGUCHI LAMPS 75A CEILING FROM THE AKARI COLLECTION
About Akari Lights
Disclaimer: The term Akari means soft natural light in Japanese. The world-renowned artist Isamu Noguchi popularized the term Akari by his prolific designs, and collaborative works in the 1950s. All of our products are manufactured by sole Manufacturer Ozeki in Japan, are authentic and have a factory placed stamp of the "Half Moon Design" and the designer "signature" stamped on the shade. All lamp shades are available with an optional 120V US ceiling wire kit or wall plug in kits. Wire kits are pending ETL approval.
Under the first sale doctrine, we serve and sell fine Asian and European lighting products in North America. We are not an authorized seller. Our products are independently bought from Japan and packaged with english installation instructions. They are legally resold to happy and sophisticated customers that appreciate the difference. We disclaim any affiliation, endorsement, or connection with the Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum. They maintain the largest collection of Isamu Noguchi designs, and sell products not easily found elsewhere. Various copyrights and trademarks of the "Half Moon Design" Logo, the term "Akari", and the lamp shade designs are registered by the Foundation.