Shige Hasegawa's Hana collection of lighting and furniture was launched in Milan this year. Hana means flower, so each piece of the series was based on this shape. The floor lamps and pendant lighting had a textile cover that stretched over a metal frame and zipped up, while the base of the table consisted of five petals that interlock to support the glass top without any glue or hardware. Another set of table lamps sported floral lace shades that echoed the Hana design (above).
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