среда, 4 августа 2010 г.

понедельник, 24 мая 2010 г.

These winter’s evenings for us – the cold that you feel working with computer or textbooks in an immovable state for hours. And of course isn’t not always comfortable to cover yourself with a blanket or wearing an extra sweater. The designer from St.Petersburg Yaroslav Misonzhnikov worked out the universal system of plaid for chairs. Two stripes of felt could be attached to a chair by press-buttons.

With a light stir a man slips on his shoulders a strip, then another one. The plaid isn’t strengthened, so it permits a man move. The system was called “+”, because in a working state it reminds the positive sign. In some way the plaid also reminds an eastern kimono. It’s then proposed the worked out project would be used for different kinds of chairs. The project was presented as a part of the exposition of a design school “ArtFuture” at the furniture exhibition ICFF opened 15th of May in New York.

"DUGA" Lamp was inspired by part of harness, often used in famous Russian "troika". It is a floor standing light source both decorative and functional

Yaroslav Misonzhnikov for ArtFuture Design School.

Exhibition "ICFF 2010", New York

Plywood and plastic floor lamp 100 cm height, 2010

среда, 31 марта 2010 г.

Leaf Lamp in "Interni-Russia" magazine, №1, 2010

среда, 10 февраля 2010 г.

"Pod kluch" magazine, February 2010

Thanks Alexander Makarenko

The january 2010 I managed to take part in one of the most outstanding european furnitur exhibitions Imm Cologne. My project of a lamp design was represented in the exposition of design school «ArtFuture» in the section [D³] DESIGN TALENTS. The lamp "Leaf" is a contemporary author's views to the nature. It combines two worlds: urban city style world and the magnificent world of nature and flora. The white plastic is in interaction with slimline and dynamic floral ornament and simple form of the lamp which recalls the outline of the tropical plant. "Leaf" is like an ancient light making its way to through the new symbolic space.

The next appearence of the "Leaf" lamp was Stockholm Furniture Fair