Tuesday, October 12, 2010

DeLight !

Pedestal Lamp DeLight

This pedestal lamp is inspired from daybreak, which brings to life & light all thats hidden in the dark of the night. If it were not for light,there would be visually no dimension or color to this world.DeLight is designed as my salute to this mood generating, shadow creating, life giving light energy.

The diffuser is a three dimensional textile structure made in silver cotton lurex fabric and stands 6ft tall & 1ft wide.

Lamp Type : Four 100 watt clear incandescent bulbs.

To order the pedestal lamp 'DeLight'
or for any enquiry regarding the same, do write to me at narula.meera@gmail.com.

DeLight in OFF state
DeLight lit in dark
DeLight from below


Here are the images of a couple of my decor products under my brand name Made After Some Thought M.A.S.T. by Meera Narula.'PRISMATIC' is a blind that screens out daylight to provide balming shade from the scorching sun.The three dimensional geometric configuration of 'Prismatic' glows like a corona against light, forming beautiful pattern while dispersing light through its silk cotton blend making it one of those few special products that help us appreciate the beauty of the very reason of the innovation together with the innovation itself.

The blind screen 'Prismatic' is 9ft high and 4ft wide.

To order the blind screen 'Prismatic' or for any enquiry mail me at narula.meera@gmail.com

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

sculpted slurrrp !!

I am currently working with dimensional units for a small collection of decor & fashion  accessories. thats when I came across these really awesome mind blowing paper sculptures which I just have to share.

These works are from Richard Sweeney who was born in Huddersfield, England in 1984. He discovered a natural talent for sculpture at Batley School of Art and Design in 2002, which led him to the study of Three Dimensional Design at the Manchester Metropolitan University, where he concentrated on the hands-on manipulation of paper to create design models, which ultimately developed into sculptural pieces in their own right.
Richard’s practice combines the disciplines of design, photography, craft and sculpture, resulting in a varied output of work including graphic design and public sculpture commissions. Combining hand-craft with computer aided design and CNC manufacturing techniques, Richard seeks to maintain an experimental, hand-on approach, utilising the unique properties of often mundane materials to discover unique sculptural forms.

watch out this space for my work :)