February 24, 2015

URQUIOLA magnificent MODERN 10.2" to 19.7" folding hanging light with Matcha Green Tea Whisk Shape, White

Flos Chasen Pendant Lamp from Stardust as captured by Lyndon Law through Instagram
The Art of the Craft
Chasen Lamp by Patricia Urquiola

A brilliant lamp with timeless appeal!  The Flos Chasen suspension lamp available from Stardust captured at its finest moment.  Chasen S2 was designed by Patricia Urquiola for the Italian lighting brand Flos.  Its ingenious shape was inspired by the traditional Japanese tea whisks used for centuries in Japan for matcha green tea ceremonies.

Flos Chasen Pendant Lamp from Stardust as captured by Lyndon Law through Instagram

The technological know-how of Flos combined with Patricia Urquiola's creativity talent resulted in this utterly magnificent pendant lamp that creates a highly decorative element in any space.  The Flos Chasen Lamp looks absolutely wonderful when suspended above a dining table in the living room.

Flos Chasen Lamp by Patricia Urquiola

Traditional Japanese Tea Whisk captured by Sight Unseen
Preparing Japanese Green Tea (Matcha Green Tea) with a traditional Japanese Tea Whisk captured by Limabaum

If you have a Japanese Tea Room; of course you would want to have these Flos Chasen Pendant Lamps.
They'd be the perfect match!
Of course; they give an equally refined look in any residential interior as well.

The Chasen Pendant Lamp was designed by Patricia Urquiola for Flos.  Spanish architect and designer Patricia Urquiola lives in Milan where she runs Studio Urquiola, a firm that focuses on exhibitions, art direction, and architecture. Prior to starting her own company in 2001, she managed the design group Lissoni Associati. Over the years, Urquiola has worked with many well-known furniture houses, including Moroso, De Padova, Agape, B&B, Alessi, Driade, Foscarini, Kartell, Flos, Molteni, and Artelano. She has received numerous design awards including A&W Designer of the Year and Design Prize Cologne, and is sought after as a speaker at conferences and universities across the globe. Patricia graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of the Technical University of Madrid in graduated in 1989. In 1991, as head of the product development team at De Padova, she designed her first commercial furniture pieces in collaboration with Vico Magistretti. Her work was deemed highly imaginative, yet functionally pragmatic, an appealing combination that has defined her work for the last two decades. Urquiola says after more than 20 years in the industry, she's still not exactly sure how she arrives at a finished design. "All the little answers to the questions give you a sense of the product," she says. "It's a lot of work, the mood of the piece is what people catch - I just flow with the river and try to do things that a re sincere, that anyone can understand." 

Flos Chasen Pendant Lamps from Stardust used above the dining table of the Whistler Residence by BattersbyHowat Architectts photographed by Sama J. Canzian.
Flos Chasen Pendant Lamps from Stardust used above the dining table of this modern home by DKOR Interior Designers Miami Florida.