Material Love

During our days at 100% London we appreciated the work of decorative artist Yura Kim, she presented a series of lamps but what strike our attention weren't the lamp themselves but the technique she used for producing them.
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Yura Kim

Inspired in the natural textures of bird nests, feathers and shadows created by light coming through open structures she explores the visual and physical capacities of resins. She wouldn't reveal the details of her technique but our guess is that she draws the nature inspired patterns into some kind of inflatable balloon that is later deflated, once the resin has solidified. 
 The textural and physical qualities of the outcome material, which is flexible and extremely lightweight, are pretty inspiring for us designers with an industrial mindset.

Yura Kim

 

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