fascickle Lamp by Fumiya Ino

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
fascickle

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Lamp

INSPIRATION:
The inspiration for this lamp came after seeing a checked pattern scarf set against a spotlight. I saw the potential of combining the two elements by casual chance. This pattern, popular in Scotland for centuries, is loved as a staple of classic fashion throughout Japan. Through Japan’s on-going love of this pattern, I had a glimpse of a new form of expression. I reconstructed the graphics of this pattern, normally experienced on a two dimensional plane, into a three dimensional form and counterbalanced it with the brightness of light.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The design is coordinated by using figures and light in cooperation to display a story and produce new designs using the shadows as a part of the light installation. Appreciating a mix of the traditional pattern of Scotland with the interplay of shadows and light from Japan produces a feeling of beautiful, overwhelming air fully demonstrating the charm of lighting as a simple substance. This light adapts aesthetics fitting both Japanese and Western European senses of style.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
This lamp can be carried around easily because it is made of paper. In addition, the process of installing and changing the light bulb is simple. There is a socket placed inside the structure that can then be covered by the shade. Currently, this design is structured as a floor lamp, but it can also function as as a ceiling light or be mounted to a wall. The lines that make up the pattern are very delicate, allowing for the transmission of intricate patterns of light and shadow that create a sense of ease and relaxation. During exhibitions, many people saw this design as a potential complement to many intimate scenes, such as churches, tea houses, ceremonial marriage halls, nurseries, bedrooms, and living rooms. When you would like to spend some quiet time alone, relaxing on the sofa or in bed, away from the hassles of daily life, this lamp will create a clam, quiet space for you.

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The project began in May 2013 in Japan. The design has been exhibited in Tokyo at “ACT ART COM” in June 2013 and in Fukuoka at “Tenjin Labo” in November 2013.

FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Lighting Products and Lighting Projects Design

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
I assembled the legs using acrylic material and secured the light fixture and the shade. The shade was made from three pieces of heavy paper created from pulper and then, to preserve the strength, laser cut into six pieces for three kinds of patterns. By processing the ends for the sake of joining, I was able to assemble the shade from the inside. During the final step, I attached the light socket to complete the lamp. It is currently handmade, but productivity can be improved by making a shade molding using resin and a single leg and body molding.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
paper shade acrylic leg size W200 D200 H210

TAGS:
lamp, brilliant tartan, light, room, handcrafted, paper, acrylic

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
Originally the checked pattern was a simple configuration of color and line born by the operation of “weaving”.However, the pattern spread throughout the fashion industry and is currently used within many genres thanks to the advancement of technology, yet it’s gorgeousness is closely associated with people. I began looking for ways to regard this design as an object of interior beauty and challenged myself to find a method to reconstitute this design in the form of light.

CHALLENGE:
The challenge is found not only in the possibility of expressing a pattern but also in the possibility of expressing a graphic. In addition, it is in the lamp that the Japanese tradition of expressing beauty through shadow is combined with design elements from Europe. The pattern drawn by the use of shadow projects a discrete new three-dimensional graphic pattern in the surrounding space with an underlying pattern reminiscent of tartan. This shadow envelops the whole room and creates a space that is totally different from the everyday atmosphere.

ADDED DATE:
2014-01-29 18:50:30

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IMAGE CREDITS:
Fumiya Ino , 2013

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CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
fascickle by fumiya ino

PROFILE:
"fascickle" is an architecture, interior, product, and furniture design brand based in Fukuoka, Japan. The name combines the words “fascinate” and “fickle” into a new term that is meant to encapsulate the whimsical and unpredictable nature of interest. "fascickle" designs aim to attract and stimulate the creative potential of people.

NOMINATION DETAILS

Fascickle Lamp by Fumiya Ino is a Nominee in Lighting Products and Lighting Projects Design Category.

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AWARD DETAILS

Fascickle Lamp by Fumiya Ino is Winner in Lighting Products and Lighting Projects Design Category, 2013 - 2014.



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