Chouchin is the Japanese word for lanterns made of paper and bamboo, which are traditionally used in Japan as a glowing indication of premises or as good luck charms outside houses. A pleasant light effect is that they radiate the light intensively and close to the underlying surface. Beside the first version a new one is born: Chouchin Reverse. The shapes are the same but the colours have been inverted. The diffuser is now white while the collar stays the same colour as the previous shape. It's not just about a new colour, but rather a new light, a new use even. All the versions can be used individually or in highly scenic compositions: the perfect blend of tradition and modernity. Not only does it provide direct downward light, Chouchin Reverse also radiates brilliant, bright and emotional light into its surroundings via the blown glass diffuser.