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Lolita - Table lamp and pendant  Nika Zupanc

The Lolita lamp was designed by the Slovenian designer Nika Zupanc in 2008. This series is available as a table lamp as well as a pendant, with a bell-shaped lampshade as its emblematic element. The bottom of this flared bell is elegantly openwork and its edge in shape of small waves fits closely each polka dot. The result looks like a lace, very feminine and classic. Nika Zupanc likes to push feminine stereotypes into their entrenchments to give them a timeless elegance, in a style that is both glamorous and slightly retro.

Materials injection moulded ABS shade, polyurethane base. Steel canopy, same colour as the shade (pendant)

Finishes White, Pink, London rosé.

Lolita - Table lamp and pendant  Nika Zupanc
Lolita - Table lamp and pendant  Nika Zupanc

Lolita table lamp

Dimensions W37 x H78cm, 1.5m transparent cable

Light source E14

Lolita - Table lamp and pendant  Nika Zupanc
Lolita - Table lamp and pendant  Nika Zupanc

Pink

Lolita - Table lamp and pendant  Nika Zupanc
Lolita - Table lamp and pendant  Nika Zupanc

White

London rosé

Lolita pendant light

Dimensions Ø37 x H40cm, 4m transparent cable

Light source E27

Lolita - Table lamp and pendant  Nika Zupanc
Lolita - Table lamp and pendant  Nika Zupanc

Pink

White

Lolita - Table lamp and pendant  Nika Zupanc

London rosé

Lolita - Table lamp and pendant  Nika Zupanc
Lolita - Table lamp and pendant  Nika Zupanc

Nika Zupanc

Nika Zupanc

"Let it be full of love"

Nika Zupanc traditionally makes careful selections of her themes and forms. With them she offers an exciting look at the predominately male furniture-design market, where all the aspiration is poured into the technical, rational, sober, and utilitarian, as opposed to the intuitive, eclectic, vain, and hysterical. To accomplish this Nika Zupanc uses her poetic judgment, inner battles with stereotypes, and long-lasting affairs with technologies. She mindfully explores the limits of the industry when it comes to emotional effect and the juxtaposition of materials, both in product design and interiors.

In international press, her work was described as everything from “punk elegance” (Elle USA) and “Techno chic” (BUSINESSSWEEK), to “larger than life” (CLEAR MAGAZINE) and featured in number of relevant international press such as Wallpaper, Icon, Frame, Financial times, Elle Decor etc.