Commissioned by Carwan Gallery
Limited Edition of 10p. Handmade Kilim.
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Inspired by the magic of light and "mashrabiya", the design raises a new perception and awareness of light, through reflection and visibility; creating an illusion of light rays captured on a surface. The hand made kilim is laser cut and stitched by hand using silk threads. More than 1300 pieces of steel mirrors are attached behind
these cuts, resembling a hidden layer of light underneath the kilim and resulting in unexpected illusions over the floor and the space around it. Going beyond the traditional techniques, Tamer Nakisci explores the possibilities into the kilim making; tying the future to the past.
As a result of an ongoing collaboration, we have designed a variety of experiences; starting from their door sign to unforgettable launch parties. Below are some of those outcomes of our fruitful collaboration.
Selected Works 2005 - 2020
GEO IIProject type
Relax TablewareAward-Winning Tableware, FUTUREISBLANK
PerspectivesWater Jug, Crystal Glass, OMNIA
MistInternational Best Seller, Crystal Glass, NUDE
FUTUREISBLANKAn Exploration into the Consciousness
GatewayFuture Disco Ball, Futureisblank
SpaceInteractive Experience Modules, Futureisblank
Collecting GrapesCollective Art Wall, KAYRA WINES
London HatsModular Felt Hats, Limited Edition, Futureisblank
RaumUnderground Club Design, ISTANBUL
Salon CumaRestaurant & Bar Interior, Lighting, ISTANBUL
Cube CollectionAn Early Trendsetter, Kale
Dot CollectionWorld's First Round Wall Tile, Kale
Pixel RugsIndustrial design
Jotun, What if PartySpatial Installation, JOTUN
IntersectionPublic Art, ISTANBUL DESIGN WEEK
URBAN JOBSIndustrial Design
Tile MileSpatial Installation, CLERKENWELL
MUBI UKPhysical Design Identity, Commissioned, MUBI
MirageLuxury Fireplace, Limited Edition Collectable Design
Tile Wall/ RA LondonCollective Art Wall, Spatial Installation, LDF
ShadeKilim, Limited Edition, Carwan Gallery
futurewallPublic Art, ISTANBUL
GravityExperimentation With Glass. Limited Edition
Nokia 888Future of Mobile Communication, Nokia