The Catherine Wheel becomes an updated take on the classic ceiling rose, but the light can also be fixed to the wall. Using an ordinary compact fluorescent low-energy bulb, which is hidden from view, the light has minimal impact on the environment. It comes in two diameters, 35cm and 40cm, both of which are just 63mm deep. The light is made from standard components to keep production costs down. The shade is a mirrored acrylic disc covered in an intricate pattern that was meticulously worked out on a computer. Jona Hoad

The tea set includes two cups that are made from the same clay, but glazed inside. The tray and saucers are made using another Japanese technique, called bunako, based on the traditional technique, incorporated in Japanese lacquerware, of coiling and gluing together thin strips of beechwood like a roll of ribbon to make a flat surface which is then shaped by hand. Shin Azumi