Sawaru by Nendo is a light consisting of two independent cylinders touching each other in a perpendicular direction. One plays the role of a light source, while the other acts as a base. Its projection angle can be adjusted in three stages of 25, 40 or 60 degrees, by inserting the pin attached to the base. Various functions are made possible by doing away with excess elements and creating a simple form.
The floor lamp features a diffuser in photo-etched injection-molded polycarbonate, and a reflector in painted die-cast aluminum. The base and body in extruded aluminum with a painted or galvanized finish; choose from black, white, gold or blue-gray.
Gaku and Sawaru
Oki Sato is Chief Designer and Founder of Nendo. Born in 1977 in Toronto, Canada, he received his M.Arch. from Waseda University, Tokyo in 2002. He established the design studio “nendo” in the same year. His activity in the design world has not been limited to only one area but is rather multifarious, spanning from graphic and product design to designing furniture, installations, windows, and interiors, and even reaches into the realm of architecture. He has been chosen by the Newsweek magazine as one of “The 100 Most Respected Japanese” and won many “Designer of the Year” mention by Wallpaper and Elle Decor magazines. Nendo can be found in the Museum of Modern Art in New York, as well as in the Musée des Arts Décoratifs and Centre Pompidou in Paris.
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