Filtering Through Foliage.

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

This umbrella, dreamt up by Design Complicity's Fumito Kogure and Shinya Kaneko, is called komorebi, a Japanese term that translates to "sunshine filtering through foliage." Made to mimic the experience of strolling under a forest canopy, the umbrella allows its user to relish the joys of nature, even in city streets.


Available for purchase here. Visit Design Complicity's website, here.

9 comments:

Claire said...

Oh, my word, Shoko! This is absolutely beautiful. That's all I can manage to say about it!

tara said...

Oooh what a cool idea! Love that!

Anonymous said...

Ahh!

Shoko said...

Claire, that's the only word you need :)

girlseeksplace said...

What a rad concept.

julie said...

Beautiful! I want one.

Alecia said...

woa! this is amazing.

fai o. said...

so pretty! love love

Mariel said...

woo... great umbrella!
practical, aesthetic and funny!

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