LONDON DESIGN FAIR

Elise Luttik will present two new designs at her first LDF: the Tutu Lamp and the Under my skin Clock. Following the concept of the other designs of Studio Elise Luttik that will also be shown at the design fair, her new projects offer a dynamic perspective on transparency.

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UNDER MY SKIN' CLOCK

Looking at time or looking through skin? This clock makes time go modest.

Design by ELISE LUTTIK

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TUTU LAMP

Swept away by the movements of a ballerina. Using transparent rubber, the light diffuses in an interesting way and gives the tutu a chic feel.

Design by ELISE LUTTIK

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PRISMANIA CHAIR

The transparent Prismania Chair is both an artefact and a chair. At one point you can barely see it, take another step and it will show you all the colours of the spectrum due to dichroic film.

Design by ELISE LUTTIK
Photography by LISA KLAPPE

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CO-DESIGN | STACKABLE

A growing global population and systematic urbanisation result in higher density of our living spaces- vertical solutions  are becoming the norm. An increased pace of life results in hectic schedules. The designers have taken a look at how daily rituals fit in our busy lives. The result is Stackable: a series of three towers conceived to accomodate for these down to earth yet essential parts of our day to day life, with the aim create a quiet and indulging moment during the recurring rituals around sleep, body care, and food.

Design by ELISE LUTTIK + HESTER STOLK
Photography by FLOOR KNAAPEN

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UPSIDE DOWN COLLECTION

The Upside Down Collection is a complete interior design concept consisting of multi functional furniture, everything transforms: the table becomes a basket, the chair changes into a throne and the transparent room divider turns into a non-see-through screen. The complete collection was presented for the firtst time at the Salone Satellite 2015. My works were part of the stand Dutch Satellite, a project of the Dutch Consulate General in Milan.

Design by ELISE LUTTIK

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UPSIDE DOWN CHAIR

The Upside Down Chair is a dining chair in simple lines of wood. It provides sure seating while simultaneously embracing the back. Turned upside down this seat is a throne with a view at bar stool level.

Design by ELISE LUTTIK
Photography by LISA KLAPPE

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UPSIDE DOWN SCREEN

Elise Luttik presents the latest addition to her Upside Down Collection. A transparent room divider made from Ash and furnished with the fabric Zembra from the Vescom-collection. Due to the graphical quality of the fabric, one can play with the degree of transparency. This room divider provides privacy or openness depending on the positioning of the screens and created overlaps.

Design by ELISE LUTTIK

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UPSIDE DOWN TABLE

Complete the sitting arrangement with the Upside Down Table. Or turn it into a basket to store magazines or other belongings.

Design by ELISE LUTTIK

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CHESTER CHAIR

The classy style of the iconic Chesterfield chair is translated to modern times.  With modern techniques, ash wood can be made to match the noblesse of the original leather luxury. Chester is a luxurious and comfortable chair to fit your dining table. Surprisingly enough, Chester chair is stackable. Thus Chester closes the gap between comfortable but space claiming chairs and stackable, often uninviting industrial chairs.

Design by ELISE LUTTIK
Photography by KWABENA APPIAH-NTI

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