A portmanteau of the words 'Kiri' (japanese: 'to cut') and 'Luma' (esperanto: 'light')
- to cut the light. -
The art of
A castle in the sky
Original paper diorama of a floating castle, lasercut-precision and folded by hand, encased within acrylic frame box with integrated lights from behind.
Successfully funded in Kickstarter on August, 2017.
An all around
Divine from every angle
The design philosophy behind KIRUMA is to embrace the balance between all of the sides: the light and the dark, as well as the front and the back.
in Black & White
An exploration of
In a new dimension
The Japanese art of papper cutting & folding from a single sheet of high-grade paper, forming a three dimensional paper sculpture of a floating castle in the sky, inviting the viewers to a world of imagination and wonders.
Binds everything as one
Built from a continuous board of milky white acrylic, the frame box is a perfect loop with corners folded in 90° resulting in non-sharp edges, while encasing all the elements inside cohesively.
Radiating warm atmosphere
High output - low energy warm white LED lights, fully integrated within the back of the frame box, generating a gentle and peaceful ambiance wherever it's situated.