Hiroki Takada's Tutu Lighting Product

Hiroki Takada Illustrates The Tutu Lighting Product

Hiroki Takada, the maker of the displayed project lighting Product by Hiroki Takada says, Tutu was designed with a motif of dahlia petals. It is composed of many cylindrical papers. Each cylinder hangs from the white aluminum fitting with a red thin string. The material of the cylinder uses Japanese translucent synthetic paper. The designer expressed the vitality of the plant by many hanging crossed red strings. As first impression of the work the designer was felt as the image of the tutu of ballerina skirt than dahlia. The origin of the name of Tutu comes from overlapping the pronunciation of the Japanese cylinder mean "Tutu" with the tutu of ballerina. .

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