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Enrico Zanolla | Nojar Collection

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Walking in the North east forest, observing the different shapes of trees in the winter and emphasizing their silhouettes in three lamps is the starting point of Nojar collection. Enrico Zanolla chose to convert the emotion and feeling of nature into a real object using natural oak wood, very common on the Italian Slovenian border. Hence the name Nojar that means oak in the local language. The three different shapes are silhouettes of simplified trees that characterizes the landscape.

Nojar06As the idea is born on a border between two countries the wood is crafted by skilled Slovenian woodworker connecting in a stronger way the idea, the manufacturing process and the product itself.

Nojar01Every lamp can be matched with 6 different cable colors allowing the client to finalize the last touch. The lampshade is in natural oak wood lacquered with a matt finishing to emphasize the beauty of such timber specie.

Nojar03The lamps come in three different sizes:

Nojar 1 diameter 18cm and height 25cm
Nojar 2 diameter 15cm and height 18cm
Nojar 3 diameter 13cm and height 22cm.

Nojar07All of them are already available for purchasing.

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