NamiNami

Nami, Japanese word for “wave”, is a suspended lamp entirely built around a curved printed glass. This main element is surrounded by a metal frame that hides multiple light sources and provides visual and structural solidity. The texture of the precious printed curved glass multiplies the light reflections, creating effects of contrast that keep on fading and transforming according to the point of view.


Client: Kundalini
Year: 2017
Designed with: Alberto Saggia
About

Valerio Sommella is an Italian Industrial designer, born in Tuscany in 1980. He graduated cum laude at the Politecnico of Milan in 2004, and began his design career with Stefano Giovannoni. After working for Marcel Wanders’ team in Amsterdam, he moved back to Milan where he founded Valerio Sommella Design Studio in 2009. He has collaborated with a wide range of companies, focusing on everyday objects, furniture, lighting and accessories, with the same attention for small scale production as well as mass market.

He considers every project as an opportunity to challenge his idea of design, a constant dialogue between context, users, materials, technologies and beauty. The resulting objects are not chapters of the same book, but short stories, each one with its own plot, characters and finale.

Over the years his Studio developed projects for companies such as Alessi, Moooi, Kundalini, Calligaris, Honda, Falmec, Konica minolta, Modo, Panasonic, and many others.

 

 

Via Pietrasanta 12
20141 Milano
+39 02 45493979

info and internship: studio@sommella.com
press enquiries: press@sommella.com

 



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NamiNami

Nami, Japanese word for “wave”, is a suspended lamp entirely built around a curved printed glass. This main element is surrounded by a metal frame that hides multiple light sources and provides visual and structural solidity. The texture of the precious printed curved glass multiplies the light reflections, creating effects of contrast that keep on fading and transforming according to the point of view.


Client: Kundalini
Year: 2017
Designed with: Alberto Saggia

Nami

Nami

Nami, Japanese word for “wave”, is a suspended lamp entirely built around a curved printed glass. This main element is surrounded by a metal frame that hides multiple light sources and provides visual and structural solidity. The texture of the precious printed curved glass multiplies the light reflections, creating effects of contrast that keep on fading and transforming according to the point of view.


Client: Kundalini
Year: 2017
Designed with: Alberto Saggia

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About

Valerio Sommella is an Italian Industrial designer, born in Tuscany in 1980. He graduated cum laude at the Politecnico of Milan in 2004, and began his design career with Stefano Giovannoni. After working for Marcel Wanders’ team in Amsterdam, he moved back to Milan where he founded Valerio Sommella Design Studio in 2009. He has collaborated with a wide range of companies, focusing on everyday objects, furniture, lighting and accessories, with the same attention for small scale production as well as mass market.

He considers every project as an opportunity to challenge his idea of design, a constant dialogue between context, users, materials, technologies and beauty. The resulting objects are not chapters of the same book, but short stories, each one with its own plot, characters and finale.

Over the years his Studio developed projects for companies such as Alessi, Moooi, Kundalini, Calligaris, Honda, Falmec, Konica minolta, Modo, Panasonic, and many others.

 

 

Via Pietrasanta 12
20141 Milano
+39 02 45493979

info and internship: studio@sommella.com
press enquiries: press@sommella.com

 



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