Chouchin is a family of suspended lamps that takes its name from traditional Japanese paper and bamboo lanterns used as light and bright signs outside restaurants and bars, or as lucky charms outside homes. Their typical shape have been reinterpreted in a pure contemporary style, using an age-old material: blown glass that has been painted to make it completely opaque and glossy. The result combines a warm colouring, textured and precious, with a luminous collar that projects an intense, direct beam of light downwards. The family includes three shapes, each with its colour: orange for the large version, grey for the small version and green for the elongated one. The shape and shade accentuate the individuality of each model, coloured in tones that combine beautifully with each other when used in multiple compositions.