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Published by Sugar & Cream, Wednesday 06 December 2023

Images courtesy of Studio Row

Japanese Craftsmanship

Sculptural shapes, compositional freedom, high-precision handcrafting. These are the features that define Coral, the family of ceiling and floor lamps by Studio Row, a Japanese lighting design brand founded in 2021 by Hiroki Hakamada. As the name suggests, the collection is inspired by marine seabeds. The lamp in fact borrows its shape from natural coral – a symbol of strength and rebirth – and dynamically echoes its lines.

With a brass structure and lighting fixtures in satin-finished glass or industrial mesh, Coral can be composed in different ways, giving life to countless configurations. The result is an extremely flexible project that can be used in various kinds of environments: from the most intimate residential contexts to large contract or hospitality spaces.

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Coral can be equipped with a dimmer function. As for all products in the catalogue, each part is finished and assembled entirely by hand. A precious object, unique and different every time it is produced, as it is the result of the perfect combination of contemporary design and high Japanese craftsmanship.

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