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Thursday, July 06, 2006

NENDO



The hanabi lamp design by Oki Sato from the creative design office Nendo. The heat of the bulb makes this shape-memory alloy lamp “bloom” whenever the light is turned on. “hanabi”, the Japanese word for “fireworks”, literally means “flower + fire.” Both flowers and fire fade away so quickly and easily. Like its namesake, this light flickers between beauty and disappearance.

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