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HAY's Pao Portable Lamp was designed by Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa. Pao is named after the soft, glowing shape of traditional Mongolian Pao tents, Pao draws on Fukasawa's aesthetic of beautiful simplicity; creating an everyday object that draws on design values existing in the natural world. By keeping the aesthetics modest and simple, he brings the design into harmony with its environment.

Both the lamp's base and shade are constructed from resistant polycarbonate, with a smooth, high-gloss finish. The lamp's light source is concealed inside the shade, behind an opal polycarbonate diffuser, providing an efficient diffused downlight, with a warm, homely glow. 

The compact, battery-operated design enables the lamp to be moved to different rooms around the house, or taken into the gardens, cafes and other outside spaces. 

The Pao Portable Lamp is also available as a pendant lamp

Pao Portable Lamp

Pao Portable Lamp

by HAY

Regular price $123.00 USD
Regular price $154.00 USD Sale price $123.00 USD
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Technical Information

Dimensions:-
Width: 23 cm, Height: 23 cm, Depth: 23 cm

Cord length - 1m
Cord type - Micro USB cable (USB cable included)
Battery Life - 10 hours per full charge
Power Supply - 220-240 V
Lumens - 140 lm
Light Source - LED G4, 3W, 220 lm, 2800 K warm white (Bulb included)
Switch - Intergrated touch step dimmer switch with three standard setting on the base of the lamp
IP44 outdoor rated

Materials/Construction

Lamp Base - Injection moulded polycarbonate with a high gloss finish.
Lamp Shade - Injection moulded polycarbonate with a high-gloss finish and a matt frosted polycarbonate diffuser.
Cord - PVC micro USB cable (100 cm).
Base Insert - Injection moulded ABS.

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HAY's Pao Portable Lamp was designed by Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa. Pao is named after the soft, glowing shape of traditional Mongolian Pao tents, Pao draws on Fukasawa's aesthetic of beautiful simplicity; creating an everyday object that draws on design values existing in the natural world. By keeping the aesthetics modest and simple, he brings the design into harmony with its environment.

Both the lamp's base and shade are constructed from resistant polycarbonate, with a smooth, high-gloss finish. The lamp's light source is concealed inside the shade, behind an opal polycarbonate diffuser, providing an efficient diffused downlight, with a warm, homely glow. 

The compact, battery-operated design enables the lamp to be moved to different rooms around the house, or taken into the gardens, cafes and other outside spaces. 

The Pao Portable Lamp is also available as a pendant lamp

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    Naoto Fukasawa

    This product is designed by
    Naoto Fukasawa

    Born in Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan in 1956, Naoto Fukasawa creates designs that are known for their ability to access and communicate the true essence of an object. In 2003, he established NAOTO FUKASAWA DESIGN, and he currently consults for and designs for Japanese companies and a wide range of leading global brands.

    Fukasawa also sits on the design advisory board of Muji, is the art director of Maruni Wood Industry, serves as the curator of The Japan Folk Crafts Museum, and is a professor in the Integrated Design Department at Tama Art University, and one of the directors of 21_21 Design Sight.