Nissa Kinjalina has designed a set of geometric lamps that has been dubbed Living Light. Although the pieces look very inanimate considering they are inspired by polygonal shapes, there is a sense of life illuminating out of them since the lit portion does look like a sort of liquid. Nissa Kinjalina cleverly imbues her design with a sense of mutability.
Great for both indoor and outdoor use, Nissa Kinjalina's Living Light collection is easily portable. Its metal frame acts as a handle so people can easily grip it when relocation is desired or necessary. In addition to metal, the bottom portion of the Living Light is encased in thin matte acrylic material. It's available in various sizes, bringing a bit of mathematical whimsy to the home.
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