Named after the ring of the fourth planet from the Earth, Uranus, Eta 4 encapsulates the cosmic essence of stability and unity. At its core, Eta 4 is composed of four meticulously crafted circles, each representing a fundamental aspect of cosmic significance. The number four symbolizes mental stability, patience, determination, self-expression, and loyalty. As such, these circles serve as a metaphor for the interconnectedness of the universe, where every element plays a vital role in maintaining harmony and balance. Inspired by the concept of a “chain of events,” Eta 4 seeks to illuminate the profound impact of even the smallest actions on the grand tapestry of existence. Each circle within the lamp serves as a catalyst for enlightenment, initiating a chain reaction that reverberates throughout the cosmos. However, Eta 4 is not merely a testament to the power of individual components; it also embodies the profound unity that binds us all together. Through its innovative design, the lamp challenges perceptions of dimensionality, seamlessly transitioning from a two-dimensional plane to a three-dimensional marvel. The lamp’s ergonomically designed functionality allows users to tailor their lighting experience to their preferences.

Marina Maksimović

Marina Maksimović embarked on her design journey in the enchanting streets of Rome, where she immersed herself in the world of interior design. It was a formative period, shaping her understanding of aesthetics and laying the groundwork for her future endeavors. Marija’s first job was in Tbilisi, Georgia, where she learned a lot about design and figured out the kind of designer she wanted to be. Here, amidst the tapestry of cultures and traditions, Marija discovered not only the nuances of design but also the designer she aspired to be. Tbilisi became her crucible, forging her artistic identity and igniting a passion that would guide her forward. Transitioning to graphic design marked a new chapter in her journey, offering her fresh avenues for creative exploration, but she always had a passion for designing lamps. It’s something she really enjoys, and it’s become her main focus ever since, crafting luminous works of art became more than a profession; it became her enlightenment.