Kundalini has a strong identity, cosmopolitan style, innovative and sophisticated, with a universal and extremely recognisable language at the same time. Kundalini has a deep knowledge of materials and technologies from which derives an unconventional approach to the project, able to merge the subtle poetry of shape to maximum functionality and handiness.
Kundalini has a self-conscious design development culture that transforms the light into objects to love, into an inseparable link between form and function, technique and emotion. Kundalini is a constantly evolving laboratory of ideas, materic experimentation and investigation oh highly creative aesthetic values, to create a furnishing light.
At Euroluce 2017, Kundalini presented projects where the past merges with the future to give live to new signs of light. Each one is an idea. Each one tells a specific creative and technological path, all are coherent with Kundalini’s philosophy. Under the guidance of Stefano Bordone, president and creative director, the company has become an international enterprise of firm reputability in the field of lighting, with a catalogue that ranges from single projects to entire collections both for residential and architectural applications.
KUNDALINI PRESENTS “YUMA” Design: David Pompa, 2017
Yuma is the name of a desert that stretches from the USA to Northern Mexico. The name of the lamp is a tribute to the origins of its designer, but not only. The thought of the desert takes our mind away, in a world made of sand, heat and sinuous dunes as far as the eye can see, endless and never identical to themselves. The polished brass lamp body reflects everything, changing and adapting it to its forms recalling exactly this imagination. But the desert is also the fascinating and magical place of oases and mirages, that we can find in the thickness of the diffuser glass enhanced by its own materiality. Its fascinating and simple aspect, makes it suitable for contract and domestic contexts, both suspended separately and in multiple compositions.