Creative lighting designed to resemble cloud formations.

Based in Kiev, Ukraine, Sergey Makhno Architects is a multidisciplinary studio that completes architecture, interior design, and product design projects with references to the principles of wabi-sabi and Japanese minimalism. Their Khmara lamp series draws inspiration from a cloudy sky to offer a more creative lighting solution for modern interiors. At the same time, the designs aim to create a sense of wonder and a dream-like feeling in living space. Organic and distinctive, the ceiling lights have curved forms and irregular silhouettes that mimic the shapes of a cloud.

Sergey Makhno Product makes each ceiling light by hand to order in their ceramic workshop. The team offers a rage of customization options for the Khmara lamp series. Apart from the size, customers can also select the color and material. Depending on the ceiling, the lamps come either in ceramic or polyurethane foam. Colors range from white and black to multi-color options, but customers can order bespoke painted or textured versions. The organic design allows the creation of eye-catching lighting sculptures. From pairing pendants of different sizes to arranging the lamps at different heights, the sky is the limit when it comes to transforming a room with the Khmara series. Photographs© Ihor Havrylenko.

    string(5) "admin"
Tags: ,
    • The Corner Collection

      Design

      A minimalist furniture range inspired by children’s house drawings. Melbourne-based studio another bureau of design…

    • The PINNE 04 Chair

      Design

      A minimalist design that pays homage to a classic chair. Inspired by the Swedish design…

    • The Soft Lounge Chair

      Design

      An elegant chair designed with molded veneer elements reminiscent of soft cloth. When pieces of…

    • The Twill Chair

      Design

      An imaginative chair inspired by plasticine strips and twill textiles. Founded in 2007 by Sarah…

    • The Nested Pendant Lamp

      Design

      A creative concept for a pendant light. Stuttgart-based designer, architect, and 3D artist Deniz Aktay…

loader