Oksana Belova Furniture Designer

ABOUT

Light and shade. Beauty in simple things.
A series of items and an It 's Bird lamp.
The idea of creating the It 's Bird series came when watching nature, water flow, cloud movement, and bird life. Watching the game of light and shadow combined with the beauty of nature.

The modern world is changing rapidly. Time is transient. People need simple things. Things that are filled with function. Things that can justify their existence. The things intended to serve. The It 's Bird project combines the functionality and beauty of simple things.

It is a bird table - The multifunctional table combines the design of thin lines of light and the fundamentality of the practical base. The curbstone is made of terrazzo, hidden retractable elements give elegance. Thin lines of light encircle the massive stone and give soft light. Practical and luxurious combination of functional design and decorative function. In today 's world, the situation is changing rapidly. Time flows unnoticed and fast. People need simple things. Things that are filled with function. Things that can justify their existence. Things to serve. The It 's Bird project combines the functionality and beauty of simple things.



The It 's Bird series is a combination of old and new, simplicity and functionality. Objects where metal and stone are used, both materials have a history and find a second life.
Stone.
Small pieces of the stone 's big life are connected into one new product. Terrazzo, a new life of natural material, beauty and reasonable use.
Metal.
It could serve as a building material, painted in many layers. Layers of lost and showered paint tell about time, about other lives of metal. Now his body is filled with a new function, a new light, a new meaning. Light. A necessary need, wrapped in material with history.

Date created: October 2019 2019-10-01T00:00:00+0100
Date published: 12 March 2020 2020-03-12T14:30:47+0000

MADEIT CREDITS

Annual 2020 ShortlistIt's BirdsProduct / Industrial Project featured: on 12th March 2020

It's Birds

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