Kumo is a series of lighting designed with clouds as a motif to convey the calmness when looking up at the sky. The Kumo collection consists of three lamps designed after the shapes of the sky; Nami-gumo, Natsu-gumo, and Wata-gumo.
The designer Hiromichi Konno, named the lamps after the Japanese word for clouds, kumo. The clouds that constantly changes shapes, lighting intensity and directions of the light has inspired him to a series of shades with each its own cloud story.
The designer Hiromichi Konno, has studied product design in Japan and Sweden, and worked in London for several years. Later on he started “Hiromichi Kong Design Studio” in 2002 and is currently based in Tokyo. KONNO has been participating in the various design projects worldwide. Today he continues to seek an ideal form of design for the future.
Has warmth and floating feeling with multiply clouds connecting to each other and the motif of cumulus clouds that create upgoing winds and also a light that goes upwards.
With the motif of wavy clouds that gives a comfortable rhythm to the space. One of the most impressive cloud formation that can be seen.
Which features a cross-shaped slit, has a motif of a summer scene where the glow is emitted from the clouds.