By combining computer technologies with exquisite hand craftsmanship, Fenhann transforms complex geometrical principles into stunning sculptural forms. Hikari means light in Japanese and to a certain degree Fenhann’s work represents the aristocratic quality of delicate handmade cabinetmaking expressed by the Japanese term Sashimono (指物). His work is guided by the same principles of simplicity, repetition and respect for wood as a living material. The first Hikari lamps were made in 2004, and the following year Designmuseum Denmark opened a solo exhibition with these works entitled Aero.
Elm, japanese handmade Koso paper
Diameter 70 cm