Sale price1.780 €

The "Mush" Lamp
Kilzi

Sale price1.780 €

The two original “Mush” lamps. As a result, this materiality and concept has been taken into a larger scale of lamps, into a floor lamp and a bigger table-top or console lamp: the “Giant” and the “big head” mush lamps it is. The material in these fibreglass pieces imitates the texture in papyrus or Japanese paper, having a translucent light tone with a mate finish and perceptible individual fibres. The light these create is soft and calming. The technical side and finishes of these two pieces are well studied and I could accompany their development bringing in useful insight.

Dimensions: Tall: 30x30x110cm Big: 50x50x90cm

Size: Chub
Made to order 3 payments of 593.33 €Klarna The Oblist

Estimated Delivery 4 - 8 Weeks

About Shipping & Return Details
Jorge Suárez-Kilzi, born in Venezuela to immigrant parents of Spanish and Syrian descent, signed his works under his mother’s last name, Kilzi. The name relates to his hard childhood, immigrant background, Latin American arts, and a sense of movement and evolution. With experiences in Japan and Swiss architecture, he transitioned to freelance architect and artist in 2018. His recent creation, "Mush" Lamps, features mushroom-shaped lamps made of fibreglass and organic resins, emitting a warm glow in interiors.
Return & Exchanges
Final SaleThis piece is made to order. Once the order has been placed, the artist will make this unique piece for you. Non-refundable. No returns.
Please contact us if you have problems with your order.
Fiberglass Dimensions: Giant: 30x30x110cm Chub: 50x50x90cm

Details

Fiberglass Dimensions: Giant: 30x30x110cm Chub: 50x50x90cm

Shipping & Return

Return & Exchanges
Final SaleThis piece is made to order. Once the order has been placed, the artist will make this unique piece for you. Non-refundable. No returns.
Please contact us if you have problems with your order.

About

Jorge Suárez-Kilzi, born in Venezuela to immigrant parents of Spanish and Syrian descent, signed his works under his mother’s last name, Kilzi. The name relates to his hard childhood, immigrant background, Latin American arts, and a sense of movement and evolution. With experiences in Japan and Swiss architecture, he transitioned to freelance architect and artist in 2018. His recent creation, "Mush" Lamps, features mushroom-shaped lamps made of fibreglass and organic resins, emitting a warm glow in interiors.

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