malgorzata mozolewska uses flexible metal fabric in eye of the light malgorzata mozolewska uses flexible metal fabric in eye of the light
may 06, 2015

malgorzata mozolewska uses flexible metal fabric in eye of the light

malgorzata mozolewska uses flexible metal fabric in eye of the light
all images © atelier kural




malgorazata mozolewska developed the ‘eye of the light’ project with help from ‘the young poland’ grant by the ministry of culture and national heritage of poland. the light uses metal fabric to reflect light. it can be molded into various shapes to create the perfect atmosphere regardless of the situation. the metal can be galvanized and is dissimilar on the front and back. the expressive piece participated in form and seek at ventura lambrate during milan design week 2015

malgorzata mozolewska eye of the light designboom
detail of metal fabric 

malgorzata mozolewska eye of the light designboom
the material can be galvanized into different colors

the front and back of the metal are dissimilar 

malgorzata mozolewska eye of the light designboom
the piece can also be made flat 



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