Chouchin is a family of pendant lights that take their name from traditional Japanese paper and bamboo lanterns used as light and bright signs for restaurants and bars, or as good luck charms for homes. Their typical form has been reinterpreted in a purely contemporary style, using an ancient material: blown glass that has been painted to make it completely opaque and shiny. The result is a combination of a warm color, textured and precious, with a luminous collar that projects an intense, direct beam of light downward. The family includes three shapes, each with their own color: orange for the large version, gray for the small version and green for the oblong version. The shape and color accentuate the individuality of each model, colored in hues that combine beautifully when used in multiple compositions.