Naeko ceiling lamp Kiko Kostadinov
Kazuhide Takahama

  • Kazuhide Takahama
  • Paradisoterrestre Edition 2023
  • Sirrah, 1984
  • lacquered metal structure, metal clips with brass finishing, nacre buttons, satin curtains, 1 bulb E14 led
  • W 55 D 50 H 115 cm | W 21,7 D 19,7 H 45,3 in

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A special edition by fashion designer Kiko Kostadinov of Naeko ceiling lamp.

Designed by Japanese architect and designer Kazuhide Takahama for the Bolognese entrepreneur Dino Gavina in 1984 and produced by Sirrah, the ceiling lamp takes its name from the architect’s wife, Naeko, like the sofa and armchair set.

Working from Takahama’s original preparatory sketches, Kostadinov parses it through his distinct lens and reinterprets the possibilities the object allows, enriching the classic shape of Naeko ceiling lamp. Continuing in the tradition of its originator, Kostadinov pulls inspiration from his future wife Deanna Fanning and the geometrical patterns used in Deanna’s, and her sister and design partner Laura’s, graduate collection.

Naeko ceiling lamp can be customized combining white and geometrical pattern curtains.

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