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On occasion of the 52nd edition of the Salone del Mobile, Joost van Bleiswijk launched his new Construction Lamps collection for the renowned Dutch design label Moooi.
The Construction Lamps were presented at Moooi’s Milan exhibition: find your way home to Moooi’s ”unexpected welcome” and were accompanied by the current and new collection by, among others, Marcel Wanders, Studio Job and Nika Zupanc, shown in a setting of iconic, rich and colourfully dressed living quarters.
The lamps are inspired by metal factory constructions, electricity poles, and constructive elements.
This collection, like other designs from Joost, originate from his inventiveness and curiosity combined with expert skills and industrial tools.
The Construction Lamps are available in matt black and white combined with wood.
Designed by Nika Zupanc for Moooi, ‘Lolita’ is a distinctly feminine floor lamp. The Lolita shade has a pivoting shade which can be adjusted to 45 degrees. The design is characterized by the dainty polka dot edge.
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Slovenian designer Nika Zupanc combines the feminine, the frivolous and the kitsh to create bold, witty designs. Delicate stitching ribbons and frill effects abound in her work, but with steely edge.
‘I use feminine archetypes in alternative ways. They are usually considered frivolous, but in my work they’re restrained, so they inquire new meaning’.
This year , she launched her new ‘Selfdiscipline’ collection at Spazio Rossana Olrlandi in Milan which sees her combines her signature glossy retro style which sees her combine her signature glossy retro style with a stricter, clean -lined aesthetic.
Slovenian designer Nika Zupanc presents an exhibition entitled “Gone with the Wind.” The Wind Pavilion stands as an icon evoking a sense for nature. With it, Nika Zupanc embraces the issue of responsibility by introducing the elegance and poetry of creative expression into predominately technical solutions.
Like so many magic pavilions in the past, this one is also outfitted in one of the latest achievements of the industry – the unique modular façade system Qbiss by trimo. Optically smooth surfaces, unique rounded corner elements, and “shadow joints” allow great freedom of expression and enable an optically enchanting combination of an inclined grid and an attractive landscape of 45 restless windmills.
Who said fashion and cooking doesn’t go hand in hand had better think again. Zupanc designed this mini hot plate for Gorenje, a Slovenian appliance maker. She deliberately styled it after a fashion accessory, and named it Mrs. Dalloway, a reference to a Virginia Woolf novel about a woman’s party preparations.
La “Femme a La Maison” which means the “housewife” is a really original collection designed by Nika Zupanc with transparent and strict furnitures.
These furnitures are for people who have a tendency for whip and candles.