Instead, they showcased their existing product line in a new way and offered the public a sneak peak into their upcoming third furniture collection conceived by Nika Zupanc–following in the footsteps of Damien Langlois-Meurinne (Sé collection I) and Jaime Hayon (Sé collection II).
Featured in the sé installation at Spazio Rossana Orlandi was a working prototype of the slovenian designer’s ‘full moon lamp’ which is just one of 15 products for ‘sé collection III’ that will officially be revealed during London design week 2013.
The influences which drove the conception of Zupanc’s family of objects were derived from symbols, motifs and visuals seen in sports, particularly the olympics, finessed by her signature aesthetic which typically references 1950s furniture.
The resulting designs will create a connection between wit, restrained elegance and luxury.
The ‘full moon lamp’ features a thin disk like head which emits a subtle warm glow the head can be tilted so that one can adjust the direction of the light three working prototypes of the ‘full moon lamp’ were displayed during Spazio Rossana Orlandi.