Elise Luttik. Transparency and femininity

New designs at Design District: the Tutu Lamp and the Under my skin Clock

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Elise Luttik. Transparency and femininity
07/06/2018 - Studio Elise Luttik presents two new designs at Design District: the Tutu Lamp and the Under my skin Clock. Following the concept of the other designs of Studio Elise Luttik that will also be shown at the design fair, her new projects offer a dynamic perspective on transparency.
 
As a designer Elise Luttik is intrigued by the notion of interactivity, femininity and technology in interior, as she believes design should be dynamic and changing. To her, dynamics aren’t a mere tool, but rather a view of aesthetics. Elise’s vision is based on the belief that transparency and femininity aren’t only keywords for today’s society, but they can also add new value and meaning to design.

Under my skin' Clock. Looking at time or looking through skin? This clock makes time go modest.

Tutu Lamp. Swept away by the movements of a ballerina. Using transparent rubber, the light diffuses in an interesting way and gives the tutu a chic feel.

Prismania Chair. Transparent but not shallow, this modern chair is made of polycarbonate shell with a prismatic polyester film.

Upside Down Chair. A chair with a dynamic function. It’s all about how you want to see the world: high from above on a throne or laid back in a chair with your back covered?
Elise Luttik. Transparency and femininity

Elise Luttik. Transparency and femininity

Elise Luttik. Transparency and femininity

Elise Luttik. Transparency and femininity

Elise Luttik. Transparency and femininity

Elise Luttik. Transparency and femininity

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