• The Illusions Light by Lenka Czereova.

    Posted on 29th July, by Dana Tomić Hughes in product design. 1 Comment

    The Illusions Wall Light by Lenka Czereova | Yellowtrace.

    The Illusions Wall Light by Lenka Czereova | Yellowtrace.

    The Illusions Wall Light by Lenka Czereova | Yellowtrace.

    The Illusions Wall Light by Lenka Czereova | Yellowtrace.

    The Illusions Light  | Yellowtrace.

    Photos by Šymon Kliman, courtesy of Lenka Czereova.


    The Illusions is a collection of interior lights by Lenka Czereova. Designed to appear as though the wall itself is peeling off, the light gently illuminates the surrounding surface. Made from nylon plastic and energy efficient electroluminescent (OLED) display, the light is available in several shapes and sizes for interior application, including corner variations. Amazing, no? I really love the way such a simple little gesture can shift the perception of an entire room and take it to a whole new level.

    Lenka Czereova is a young Slovak designer based in Bratislava. She studied at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design, and Institute of Industrial Design, Faculty of Architecture at Slovak Technical University in Bratislava. See the rest of Czereova’s work here.

    I would also like to point out that a very similar concept was developed by YOY, a young Japanese design duo who exhibited at Salone Satellite in Milan earlier this year. Their version of the light is called Peel and you can see it right here. How interesting…


    [Photos by Šymon Kliman, courtesy of Lenka Czereova.]


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