Jogak Lightshade (Abstract)
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The Jogak Lightshade is inspired by a traditional Korean patchworking technique, Jogakbo. Where small scraps of fabric are saved, and sewn togther to create Bojagi; commonly made into wrapping cloths or hanging screens. This lightshade is made from hand-loomed ramie, sewn with cotton thread onto recycled shade frames that feautre brass fittings, and woven hemp cords. 


Dimensions: L 420 x W 170 mm


Made in Ōtautahi | Christchurch