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Design: Daisaku Choh (2003)
W 200 x D 200 x H 300mm

W 290 x D 290 x H 300mm

W 200 x D 200 x H 300mm
Please use dry cell battery

TRIANGLE B(cordless)
W 290 x D 290 x H 300mm
Please use dry cell battery

Shade: PET resin, Japanese paper
Wooden frame: cedar
Plate: Sina veneer

Asano Shoten

A neat design reminiscent of modernist architecture

"ANDON TRIANGLE" is a lighting fixture that beautifully incorporates a triangle that is the most attractive form of designers and masterpieces into the frame. A neat design that is reminiscent of modernist architecture while retaining a Japanese taste. A lantern made of Mino Japanese paper with excellent translucency is incorporated inside the frame to give off a soft light.

Its sophisticated appearance and calm light are the lighting that softens the space. This lighting was launched by the long-established lantern maker "Asano Shoten" in Gifu with the support of the traditional craft revitalization project. It was produced as part of the "Project (Lux Project)". Jasper Morrison and Yoko Dobashi are also participating in the project.

  • Daisaku Choh [1921-2014]

    Born in Manchuria. After the graduation from Tokyo University of the Arts, Daisaku Choh joined Sakakura Associates and did a good performance in an architectural design and a furniture design. In 1955, he worked with Katsuo Matsumura and Tadaomi Mizunoe on furniture design for International House of Japan. His “Persimmon Chair” was exhibited at the 12th Triennale di Milano in 1960 and helped the Japan booth won the gold award. In 1972, he established Choh Daisaku Architectural Design Office. Besides architectural design, he was very active in redesigning furniture he made himself before. He is one of the greatest designers with enormous influence in a Japanese field of design.


    This long-standing lantern manufacturer was established in 1917 in Gifu Prefecture. The company engages in experimentation, such as finding ways to meld lanterns, a type of traditional Japanese craftwork, into modern lifestyles by actively incorporating new materials and technologies, while at the same time preserving traditional techniques.




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