Japanese style floor lamp
The Hashira floor lamp by Norm Architects for Menu is inspired by the traditional Japanese rice paper lanterns and presents itself in a modern guise. Made of semi-transparent linen fabric, the material lets the light shine through gently, creating a pleasant atmosphere in the room. The inner grid also becomes visible as a shadow and gives the overall picture a certain structure. The name comes from the cylindrical form, because Hashira means column in Japanese.
Ash wood base
The base for the floor lamp is a flat base made of ash wood, which emphasises the natural appearance and provides visual warmth. With a height of 83 cm, the Hashira floor lamp is a real statement in the room, but is by no means obtrusive. The stylish luminaire can be used in the living room as well as in the corridor or bedroom.
The Hashira series also includes a table lamp and a pendant lamp.