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Iris Design Studio's Bright Idea: Light Bulbs Become Functional Art



Above: Perito Moreno Vanity Circle PM013

Iris Design Studio takes light bulbs...bare ordinary looking light bulbs and by cutting them, combining them, suspending them and more, creates functional art.

For her Perito Series, she cuts them in half and artfully applies them to mirrored surfaces of different sizes, shapes and colors. Below are their models.

Perito Moreno Flower (l.) and Clock (r.):


Perito Moreno Large (l.) and Medium (r.):


Perito Moreno Small(l.) and Parallel(r.):


Perito Moreno Single and Dual:


Perito Moreno Diagonal(l.) and Opposites (r.):


Perito Moreno Heart (long or short):


Perito Moreno Arabesque:


She also has more complex designs like the Olinda Blue:



And the Mital Del Mundo Partition:


And a whole series of La Paz Bulb table, floor and pendant lamps:



Who is behind Iris designs?

Above: Iris Kadouri
She began her design studies at Central Saint Martin's College of Art and Design in London and after graduating, based herself in New York. While working on various consulting projects, Iris began designing lighting and furniture. In 2004 she moved to Israel and founded Iris Design Studio, a design collaborative and product design company.

The website.

contact info:
Main Office:
Iris Design Studio Ltd
6 Hamelacha St.
N I Zone, Lod 71520

Israel
Tel: +972-8-9250212
Fax: +972-8-9252207

In North America:
Iris Design Studio Ltd
Toll Free 1-866-245-3312 (E.T.)
Fax: 1-866-308-0915

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