Chouchin 1 reverse
Chouchin is a Japanese word meaning those traditional symbolic paper and bamboo lanterns typically used as light and bright signs outside restaurants and bars, or as lucky charms outside homes. Simple and stylish, Chouchin teams unique craftbased expertise with a modern and strikingly simple style. The Chouchin family comprises 3 models with a coloured matt glass body. Beside the first version a new one is born: Chouchin reverse. The shapes are the same but the colours have been inverted; the diffuser is now white while the collar stays the same colour as the previous shape. It is not just about a new colour, but rather a new light, a new use even. Indeed, Chouchin reverse, thanks to the pale blown glass diffuser, not only directs light downwards - like the original Chouchin - but it also diffuses a brilliant, flowing and emotional light into its surroundings.
Suspension lamp with diffused and direct down light. The hand-blown cased glass diffuser is plain liquid coated with a glossy finish. Injection moulded transparent polycarbonate diffuser support, stainless steel suspension cable and transparent electrical cable. Ceiling rose with galvanised metal bracket and glossy white batch-dyed ABS cover. Canopy decentralisation kit - multiple canopy available (up to 6 suspension lamps).
Item Code ｜ 代码
No. ｜ 编码：FN210071LD_05
EAN ｜ 条码：
Dimensions ｜ 尺寸
Ø404mm × H313mm
Materials ｜ 材料
Lacquered blown glass.
Adjustable ｜ 调节性
Light intensity 0% to 100%.
(Not included external dimmer switch)
Light source ｜ 光源
LED Built-in-24W(included 「dimmable」). 内置LED灯-24瓦(包含 「可调光」)
Tª Colour: 2.700 K 色温: 2.700 K(暖白光)
Typical CRI: >90 色彩指数: >90
Luminous flux: 2581 lm 亮度: 2581 流明
Cable Length ｜ 线长
Weight ｜ 重量
Maintenance ｜ 养护
Daily cleaning and wiping with a soft towel.
Do not use ammonia, solvents or abrasive cleaning products.
Please turn off the power before maintenance.
Warranty ｜ 质保
One year（Standard use）
Her projects have a gentle presence but a warm spirit, with organic and geometric shapes.
After multiple European partnerships, and after receiving the “Grand Prix de la Création” in Paris in 2011, she opened her own studio, with an ambition to design immediate yet surprising objects, distinguished by the merger of industry and poetry.
Examples of this philosophy include the Binic table lamp, a small, friendly household spotlight, and the Chouchin family of lamps, with simple, familiar and complementary shapes and colours.