This lighting object is created by an unusual way of combining waste (elements found in garbage) and known, easily available materials. The urge to act in this direction comes from the desire to fight against the general prevailing uniformity of the way we approach the design of our space, our lighting choices and in general the market we choose, which is also quite homogenous. The second reason is obvious: reuse discarded objects and readily available materials to create an object of greater value and aesthetics. The unconventional arrangement of known and found elements creates a new light object that can be used as the primary light source for the space, or as an installation that illuminates and extends through the space using textile cords.

Jovana Liščević

Jovana Liščević, comes from Belgrade. She finished her Bachelor’s studies at the Faculty of Architecture in Podgorica, Montenegro in 2013. Afterward, she went on to pursue her Master’s degree studies in Torino, Italy at the Politecnico di Torino. Just after she defended her Master’s thesis project at the end of 2017 she went on to do a 6-month internship at a small architectural practice called ‘Collectivo Mel’ in Porto, Portugal.  Currently, in Belgrade, she is working on her own, on different projects but mostly interior design and design of lighting objects.