My new lamp collection was inspired by the extraordinary variety of deep-sea animals.
I transformed various forms of cuttlefishes and polyps to wooden pendant lamp forms.
The idea came from the fact that some of these animals emit light.
The lamp – a solid wood design lighting- has organic sculpture-look, which gives the highlight of the exterior.
Hundred holes pendant lighting
Simple form with maximum lightshow – extra lighting in a design interior.
This is a solid pyramid-shaped wood design lighting consisting of ten segments. Each segment has ten wholes one below the others so finally the light comes from hundred wholes.
A wooden storage box with a lid. A cube is seamlessly covered with three different bodies of revolution that engage in each other, thereby producing a powerful, geometrical design sculpture. The decorating elements create an optical illusion—one would not think at first sight that the box contains a relatively large storage space.
The boxes are turned by hand, signed and numbered up to 100.
After finishing my former work „Cube illusion” I decided to design hanging lamps. Similarly to the box these lamps consist of wood turned elements. The basic lamp is a hexagonal and pentagonal pyramids that is covered with different no space matching geometric ornaments. The lamp is not transparent, it’s lighting locally, downward.
These special solid wood pendant lightings are turned by hand and all are signed. Their shapes resembles flower petals emanating a natural tone/spirit in the interior.
Rakkako – Puzzle toy-sculpture
The “Rakkako” name is originated from the letters of a Hungarian word “kirakó” (puzzle).
The initial idea was to create a 3D puzzle toy with a new, unique look that could be a decorative object at the same time.
I think that special objects are required in interiors, which affect straight our mind. Mainly a toy seems to be the most suitable for that. My aim was to create a toy-sculpture that provides people relaxing, leisure, pleasure; so practically it is a meditative object.
I intended to design a special object having something extra; a clever solution that makes it attractive for its future user, and out of use it becomes a sculpture being the integral part of a minimal interior.
Generally traditional paper puzzles become a decoration of a children’s room, or the pieces return into the box. According to my imagination just the opposite would happen with my toy-sculpture. After assembling, Rakkako will be put for example into the central place of a living room.