|||||||||||||||Bearing fruit: Zupanc and her Cherry lights|ompon light, part of Zupanc’s Selfdiscipline show for Milan this year|Homework desk and chair, also part of the Selfdiscipline collection|Blown-glass Cherry light, on show at Tent for the London Design Festival|Boris cradle, from 2009|One of 2005’s Voodoo Dolls|Mrs Dalloway mini hotplate, for Gorenje|Unfaithful feather duster|Modesty bench|Maid chair|5 O’clock Chair, for Moooi|honique, part of the Sofas in C Minor collection|The Lolita lamp, also for Moooi|Feminine form: Moroso’s Tailored chair (2009)||
15 Sep 2011

Nika Zupanc: femme noir

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