Lighting pieces that spark inspiration at Manila FAME trade fair

Light up your home with these locally made lamps.

The recent Manila FAME delivered some eye-catching lighting pieces that attracted trade buyers and guests from all over the world.

The Cherry Blossom Pendant Lamp by Venzon Lighting

The Cherry Blossom Pendant Lamp by Venzon Lighting

Venzon Lighting’s newest star collection, the Cherry Blossom Pendant Lamps, marries natural materials, such as translucent capiz shells, with branches fashioned from aluminum.

Whether clustered at an entrance foyer to welcome guests, or lined above a rectangular dining table, the Cherry Blossom Lamp designed by Cris Venzon creates an organic elegance and warmth to any room in the house.

Venzon Lighting has collaborated with many industrial and interior designers like Stanley Ruiz, one of the Rising Asian Talents at the March 2016 Singaporean edition of MAISON&OBJET, and Jim Torres, Red Box Talents Grand Winner for home accents category in October 2015 Manila FAME, to produce every season new lighting designs that are engineered for precision manufacturing.

Venzon Lighting

Venzon Lighting worked with designer Stanley Ruiz through CITEM’s Design for Exports Program to create a new line of lighting pieces that was launched in Manila FAME 63rd edition held last April at the World Trade Center in Pasay City.

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The Urban Pendant Lamp by SCHEMA

The contemporary-industrial Urban Pendant Lamp is designed by SCHEMA’s Celia Gamboa Jiao, who has mastered the art of metal weaving, allowing her to create innovative and modern pieces that give character to various spaces.

At SCHEMA, lamps, furniture, and home accents are not manufactured by machine, but handcrafted by artisans in their workshop, and as such, every piece is unique.

Made from galvanized iron wire in powder-finish, the versatile Urban Pendant Lamp complements an industrial- or urban-themed environment and provides a modern addition to a traditional-style home.

The Decima Pendant Lamp by Native Crafts and Arts Industries, Inc.

The Decima Pendant Lamp by Native Crafts and Arts Industries, Inc.

Native Crafts and Arts Industries, Inc. uses natural materials – bamboo and rattan peel – to create the Decima Pendant Lamp, which was featured in designer Ito Kish’s curated landscape Spring Forward, one of the highlights of last April’s Manila FAME. The piece was designed by Napoleon Chan and Bernice Chan-Juan, with nature and simple elegance in mind.

A veteran in the industry, Native Crafts and Arts Industries, Inc. has been making and exporting eco-friendly handicrafts for over 40 years to countries including the U.S., the U.K., France, Germany, Japan, Australia, Sweden, and Switzerland.

Spring Forward

Spring Forward by Ito Kish featured lighting pieces by Native Crafts and Arts Industries, Inc., along with many other top quality and high-concept furniture and home accents made by local companies.


Manila FAME, the country’s premier design and lifestyle event, is organized by CITEM, the export promotions arm of the Philippine Department of Trade and Industry (DTI).

Philippine and international SMEs manufacturing home, holiday, and fashion products are encouraged to join Manila FAME in its 64th edition to be held in October 20-22, 2016. For more information, log on to www.manilafame.com.

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