The inspiration behind Studio Rowa’s ceiling lamp collection is the ancient Japanese juggling device known as the Devil. This oriental toy was designed to rotate, whirl, throw into the air and catch again thanks to a rope attached to the tips of two sticks. The flying part of the Devil consists of two concave elements connected to each other.
Studio Rowa’s Diabolo Lamp collection takes its cues from this impressive toy. Each element in this collection is carefully and exclusively made and assembled by hand, with brass used for the diffuser and artificial leather for the belt. The design of each lamp is based on an hourglass shape, with two “shells” combined together in a unique and intricate way.
One key difference between this lamp collection and its source of inspiration is the materials used. While the Devil is often made of rubber and plastic, the Diabolo Lamp uses brass for its diffuser and artificial leather for its belt. This gives each lamp a unique look and feel that sets it apart from traditional ceiling lamps.
Overall, Studio Rowa’s Diabolo Lamp collection is a testament to Japanese ingenuity and craftsmanship. Each element in this collection has been meticulously designed and assembled by hand, resulting in a truly one-of-a-kind product that will add a touch of elegance to any room.