Kazakhstan-based designer Nissa Kinjalina created “Living Light” lamps, presented in the form of diaphanous containers, in which the light was poured. It can be carried as a handbag with light and may be of completely different sizes.
The lamps can illuminate the interior and the exterior as well. Made of a metal frame, which is encased in the lower part from different sides with a thin matte acrylic.
This light, which creates a lot of fantasies. For example, earlier it was glowing figures, but over time the light began to run out, gradually exposing the metal frame. Or the vessels into which poured light .. They can be of different sizes and different shapes. And they can be carried and hanged anywhere.