SHAPES OF LIGHT
- 16/11/2017 -
SHAPES OF LIGHT collection | 2017
Styling by Interior Design Laboratorium
Photography by George Sfakianakis
The close observation of the interplay between light and shadow, art and architecture, matter and the intangible, becomes an inspirational source for Okapi, leading to the creation of unique light shapes.
Okapi’s lamps do not try to hide the matter they come from, their different materials become the medium for illusive lighting effects.
Traces of natural elements on walls. Rays of light originate from a conical mesh.
Patella is a wall metal lamp that creates different lighting effects by openly displaying its double sides.
Light passes through the slots, giving the space reflections of summer sentiment. The colors derive from nature, emanating warmth.
Bivalvia is a pendant lamp consisted of geometric shapes, knitted with jute.
Tilted white surfaces appear to lose their balance, while heavy volumes strive to hold the construction together.
Carina is an indoor lamp that diffuses light around thanks to its corian body, while the outdoor version comes in a monolithic structure made of travertine.
Folded golden elements swing from the ceiling, as if they are floating, emitting a warm light from tiny apertures.
Mistral comes as a brass pendant or as a brass floor lamp with a marble base.
Suspended weights balance thanks to gravity with absolute elegance. Luminosity travels to the ground, directly from the rock spheres.