Ceramic Lighting

Ceramic Lighting

NJ Lighting is a Korean company that has specialized in handmade ceramic lighting products of superb quality.

The brand was launched in 2007 by the Korean artists Namwoong Cho and Minjung Lee.With a passion for ceramic arts and classic interior design these young founders created a wide range of delicate porcelain products that are intended to enrich every environment with a warm and cozy atmosphere.

NJ Lighting tries to see much more in a lamp than merely a container for light. As an “ambassador of atmosphere,” lighting serves a meaningful and important purpose and therefore deserves an appropriate form of expression to enhance not only the appearance of rooms and walls, but also the feelings and moods of our lives.

Setting itself apart from the mass-produced products of factories and profit-oriented manufacturers, NJ Lighting focuses on the classic and humane side of production.

Every single lamp is handmade by specially schooled ceramic design artists, who share the same dedication and sense of responsibility as chief designers Namwoong Cho and Minjung Lee.

All the materials that are used to create and complete the lamps that represent NJ Lighting are 100% natural. The designs are inspired by traditional patterns and elements of nature that never fail to please the senses.

During production the lamps never leave the hands of our artists until they find their ways to NJ’s valued customers.




NJ Lighting
Rm. 402 & 403, Kimpo-Gold Valley, 2979, Hakun-ri, yangcheon-myeon, Gimpo, Gyeonggi-do, Korea
Tel: (82-31)999-7088
Fax: (82-31)696-6191
Website: njnj.co.kr

If you want more information about ‘Ceramic Lighting’, please contact us.
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