When people see the moon, they have particular feelings—they are inspired, in awe, etc. This collection of lamps is called Moon Shadow, and they gradually change color from white to dark according to paper thickness. The lamps create complex and beautiful shadows when lit. There is no skeleton inside the lamp shade because paper pulp is used. Rather than arranging the shadows’ gradations geometrically, I tried to make them as natural as possible to reflect the actual moon.
I experimented with the form and layout to create a richly heterogeneous surface with a particular texture. The moon shadow range includes two different lamps.