Enigma 425 was designed by Japanese designer Shoichi Uchiyama in 2003. Uchiyama presented a design idea to Louis Poulsen involving floating shades held by ultra thin wires, providing a transparent and light expression. The idea fitted well with Louis Poulsens product philosophy, and was a new interpretation of the multi-shade system. Japanese grace combined with Scandinavian simplicity. An enigma is a mystery, referring to the fact that the shades appear to hover when viewed illuminated from a distance.
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|Name||Enigma 425 Pendant|
|Indoor / Outdoor||Indoor|
|Net Weight||1 Kg|
|Dimensions||Pendant Max Diameter: 16.61 inch, Pendant Height: 29.13 inch|
|Cord Length||3 Meter|
|Material||Cone: Brushed & Lacquered Aluminium. Wire: Stainless Steel. Shades: Matt Acrylic. Pendant Tube: Extruded Brushed Aluminium.|
Shoichi Uchiyama was born and bred in Tokyo. Since the foundation of Shoichi Uchiyama Design Office in 1977, he has been committed to creation of lighting fixtures with glare-free indirect light that make objects beautiful, and allow people to feel the texture and depth of objects. As a basic concept, Uchiyama tries to create the ideal light distribution and the elimination of uncomfortable glare by controlling of light, through thorough understanding of light source characteristics. Uchiyama's lighting fixtures, which are created through an accurate calculation of light, are the proof of his design philosophy. Such strict design process leads to the creation of simple and functional form, and it finally gives his products a minimalistic beauty of Japanese tradition. He has won the iF Award in Germany and the Good Design Award in Japan for designs created by his unique talent.View All Products