HARMONY THROUGH CHAOS

 Geometric floor lamp designed by Julia Kononenka

This penumbral light is inspired by the harsh forms of nature.
The light escaping the lamp fills the room with different patterns, projecting them on the walls and creating a unique ambience. As the designers explains “the edges resemble the riots of nature”: violent structures, sharp angles of plywood.
One lamp has never been so dynamic, shaping harmony through chaos.

Designer Julia Kononenko is originally from Ukraine and currently based in Warsaw, Poland, where she opened a branch of her studio Konоnenko ID in 2015.

The lamp is produced by the Polish manufacturer Skandica, specialised on Scandinavian furniture and nordic interior home accessories.

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