The feminine chair par excellence is now proposed in the mini version, suitable for children. The delicate and essential shapes remind the Ribbon Chair in the original size: that’s how a small-scale chair with a strong identity was born. As in the adult version, the large bow that acts as a backrest, translated by the designer with a soft, light and essential sign, takes us into an extraordinarily romantic world.
NIKA ZUPANCNika Zupanc is today a globally recognized name that expresses at its best the femine approach to design. She depicts her imaginary world with a touch of theater and “film noir” creating iconic and emotional objects which constantly reinterpret modern culture and contemporary design. The international press followed closely Nika’s products defining them as “techno chic” (Business week), “punk elegant” (Elle USA) and “larger than life” (Clear magazine) and as a designer she has been pointed out as “the real star” (The wall street journal).
Product and interior designer Nika Zupanc became a globally recognized name with the launch of the Lolita lamp, her first object to be produced by Moooi.
Nika Zupanc works as an independent designer who is constantly involved in fresh projects that grow out of distinctive interpretations of modern culture, contemporary design and available technological options. Her products are part of the range of distinguished design companies such as Moooi, Sé, Moroso and Nodus and she works with prestigious clients on specially assigned projects as was her installation Room of one’s own for Dior. Her praised limited edition collections and installations are exhibited around the world, sometimes as part of high-end collaborations like the one with Rossana Orlandi. Along the way, Nika Zupanc continuously produces objects under her own brand Nika Zupanc and is involved in various interior projects.
Elsewhere, she has continued to build her portfolio to rising acclaim and in the last few years, Zupanc has become one of the most closely-watched designers at Milan Design Week: not just for her stand-alone products but also for her installations, including Love Me More, curated by Rossana Orlandi.