Conceptual minimalist lighting collection — Industrial Design

Dimi Litz shared a beautiful minimalist light collection inspired by the research of parallels between the Bauhaus movement and Constructivism. Untangling the tangle of historical threads reached the art of Kazimir Malevich where it became the starting point of a revolution of form, color and their relationship.

Suprematism is based on philosophic treatise with the main idea of search for the essential reality. Author denies serving the shape and color of secondary images and takes the characters off the canvas. — ”I was impressed. The simplicity and the accuracy of the artistic technique was exceptionally clear. I felt that I must transfer this idea to the world of material objects.”

Dot, ray, line, circle, triangle and square became the basis shapes. The shapes required a first-rate implementation in the material. Natural materials are the most noble and emphasize the philosophy of the collection. Steel and brass were complete with hand picked white marble and black granite.

The most difficult stage was bringing the design to perfection and optimizing production. We spent over 8 months making it as good as it has to be. Step  by step we cut off every false detail and made the idea shine."

Credits

  • Dimi Litz – art direction, product design
  • Dmitry Beznosov - product design
  • Maksim Arbuzov – set design
  • Dmitry Saveliev - render
  • Anton Volodin – render

About atris

Atris is a lighting design studio from Russia.

Their passion for design and art came together in their projects. They strive to create designs that are closely related to the world of creativity and art in all its manifestations. — ”We hope to bring art into interiors and people's lives because we believe that art is the key that opens the doors of elegance and sophistication in hearts.”

For more information make sure to check out atris.design  

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