Yamagiwa's HF Series light was originally created in the 1960's by designer Preben Dal for Danish lighting design brand Hans Folsgaard.
The lamp, which filters light through its faceted shade, has been rereleased 50 years after it was discontinued, making it available for the contemporary market.
The two-toned grey and white pendant light comes in three sizes, which are all made up of diamond-shaped steel plates.
Wooden volumes and planks are arranged up a square pole and lit at intervals, which gives the effect of light being filtered through trees.
Yamagiwa created its Mayuhana lamps together with well-known Japanese architect Ito, which also take cues from the natural world.
The design features a cocoon-like shade made from fine fibreglass threading, which comes in both black and white colourways and in table, floor and pendant variations.
Late Swedish designer Hans-Agne Jakobsson designed the Jakobsson lamp in collaboration with Yamagiwa with shades constructed from concentric rings of pine wood, sliced thinly into wide bands, giving them a tiered appearance that glows a warm honey colour when switched on.
Jakobsson lights were created with Scandinavian design principles in mind and are manufactured by artisans in Japan in floor, pendant and table versions.
Yamagiwa is a Japanese lighting manufacturer that was founded in 1923.
The brand designs and releases a range of pendant, floor and table lamps and frequently collaborates with recognised international designers and architects.
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