Furniture Design

Grawunder, Johanna (1961)

The American-Italian designer blends her architectural practice to light-designing. To her, architecture is the instrument for distributing light and she, therefore, carefully reflects on how her lights will be projected on walls and objects. She privileges the use of glass, geometrical shapes and bright colours that clearly evoke the works of  Dan Flavin or James Turrell.

Tags / Johanna Grawunder - American Designer - Minimalism - Light - Colour - Geometric - 2000s
Johanna Grawunder.
Johanna Grawunder.
Johanna Grawunder.
Johanna Grawunder.
Sketch.
Sketch.
Sunset vase, 2006.
Sunset vase, 2006.
Swimming Pool vase, 2005.
Swimming Pool vase, 2005.
Ocular coffee table, 2001.
Ocular coffee table, 2001.
Fruit bowl from the Marmorea collection, 1988.
Fruit bowl from the Marmorea collection, 1988.
Chest of Drawers in Yellow Anodized Aluminum, 1995.
Chest of Drawers in Yellow Anodized Aluminum, 1995.
Five vases from the Mask series, 2002.
Five vases from the Mask series, 2002.
Bookcase with Green Fluorescent Tubes, 1995.
Bookcase with Green Fluorescent Tubes, 1995.
Giolight 1 ceiling light, 2007.
Giolight 1 ceiling light, 2007.
Office Chair for the New Economy, 2006.
Office Chair for the New Economy, 2006.
Lamp with Four Opaline Tubes, 1995.
Lamp with Four Opaline Tubes, 1995.
Vessel from the Masks collection, 2002.
Vessel from the Masks collection, 2002.
Superluminal lights, 1997.
Superluminal lights, 1997.
Pillow Talks sideboard, 2002.
Pillow Talks sideboard, 2002.
Tall Table Lamp in Black Rubber and Orange Fiberglass, 1995.
Tall Table Lamp in Black Rubber and Orange Fiberglass, 1995.
XXX Coffee table.
XXX Coffee table.
The Square Light.
The Square Light.
 Long Term Parking Table.
Long Term Parking Table.
Splits Bank, 2007.
Splits Bank, 2007.
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