Pani Jurek

Polish designer Pani Jurek took inspiration from the world of science when she designed the Maria S.C. chandelier lamp from a set of test tubes. The piece is named and designed as a nod to innovator, scientist, educator and academic Maria Sklodowska-Curie, who was the first person to be twice awarded the Nobel Prize, first in 1903 and then again in 1911.

Pani Jurek is interested in designing objects that are not only functional but also engage the users in an interactive way. This test tube chandelier does just that by allowing each person to use the vessels as they see fit.

Credit images : Gangdesign


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