Nori Morimoto’s Eco-Friendly Kiku Pendant Lamp

Written by Urban Sherp on August 13th, 2008

Who: Nori Morimoto; Waterbury, VT

What: Kiku Pendant Lamp

Where: Special Order through, $1495

Why: I am completely smitten with this whimsical pendant lamp designed by Nori Morimoto of Waterbury, Vermont. The slender ‘reeds’ of wood curling inward create a tension that evokes a budding flower about to burst open to reveal its’ hidden bloom. As with all of his pieces, this pendant is hand made from wood harvested near his Vermont studio. Each slat carefully bent by hand to create the graceful curves. From his work, you sense that he is paying homage to his medium of choice – wood. Maintaining the essence of th wood-its’ warmth, grace and beauty. Interestingly enough, Morimoto translates to “the edge of the woods.”

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