“The wind was blowing. No. Not just blowing; crying. It was messing everything up, blowing off the caps of life. I decided to move far away as everything felt too tight here: it happens. There, in that moment, while everything seemed to lose form, something was persistent. A perfect figure, unchanged, in front of life’s debacle, was fighting its own private war against what was by then a full-blown storm. There was a hat on the head. Wide-brimmed, air seemed to go through it as a caress. It was then, just then, that I understood it was time to get back home. I had to save that moment. Back in Italy I looked for that hat: the Sugegasa. A headgear of the Southeast Asian farmers who work the land. That’s why I wanted it as bright as the sun, with a thousand refractions, at night as well.”
This lamp recalls Eastern countries both in morals and in forms. A headgear of the Southeast Asian farmers who work the land, a shape so perfect but functional. It decor the interiors as bright as the sun, with a thousand refractions, at night as well.
It is made of transparent PMMA and it provides harmony and balance from simple lines. A lightweight suspension combined with a precious surface that make it fascinating when it is lit or when it is switched off in four different refined variants.