Inhale Lamp by Nendo for Lasvit

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Japanese designer Nendo was inspired to create the Inhale lamp for Lasvit design after witnessing the superb work of their glass blowers in their Czech Republic workshop. As a part of their Still & Sparkling collection last seen during the Milan design fair, these fantastic lamps are created from blowing glass into the form of an air bubble and then sucking the air back out; a process of negative air pressure. “Each piece depends on the individual glass blower and his strength.” Oki Sato said, founder of Nendo.

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