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Natasha Chatziangeli Louvre Light
Louvre Light is Silver Design Award winner in 2013 - 2014 Lighting Products and Lighting Projects Design Award Category.
Louvre Light

Louvre light is an interactive table lamp inspired by the greek summer sunlight that passes easily from closed shutters through louvres. It is Consisted of 20 rings, 6 of cork and 14 of plexiglass, which change order with a playful way so as to transform diffusion, volume and the final aesthetic of the light according to users' preferences and needs. Light passes through the material and causes diffusion, so no shadows appear on itself neither on the surfaces around it. Rings with different heights give the opporunity of endless combinations, safe customisation and total light control.

Louvre Light
Natasha Chatziangeli Louvre
Natasha Chatziangeli Light
Natasha Chatziangeli design
Natasha Chatziangeli design
Natasha Chatziangeli

Observing people, nature, movements, ways of learning, social activities, reactions, words, Natasha comes up with projects based on everyday life. She enjoys creating products which can be personalized by their users, and Installations that leave space for storytelling. From research on modeling parameters for crowd movement simulation systems to the simple question “why should drawing books be used only by children?”, she experiments with the designing process and she creates products where the final user obtains the feeling that he is involved in the procedure of creating them.

Natasha Chatziangeli

Natasha Chatziangeli is an industrial designer living and working in Thessaloniki, Greece. Observing people, nature, movements, ways of learning, social activities, reactions, words, she comes up with projects based on everyday life. She enjoys creating products, which can be personalized by their users, and Installations that leave space for storytelling. From research on modeling parameters for crowd simulation systems to the simple question “why should drawing books be used only by children?” she experiments with the designing process, combining science, technology and the arts. She got her diploma in Product and Systems Design Engineering, from Aegean University, on Syros Island department.