This is the “Senko” pendant light made of Shigaraki porcelain developed in Shigaraki.
Shigaraki translucent ceramic is a new material that allows light to pass through at the same time as its thickness.
It is a computer-generated design that takes the form of a typical lampshade and splits it into polygons, twists it, and folds it in the surface to give it a new look.
It was originally designed to be made on paper.
There was a problem with the production of washi paper, but the problem was solved by using the casting technique of ceramics.
The casting technique produces differences in wall thickness and shade when the lamps are lit.
When the lampshade is lit, shade is created by the difference in thickness between the thin and thick walls. This lampshade will light up your quiet time.