Conceptual collection of furniture for home mini-office called Selfdiscipline is the result of creating of Slovenian designer Nika Zupanc. Original elements of furniture with elements in “retro” style were presented at the exhibition Milan design 2011 which is taking place from 11th till 17th of April.
The collection includes several stylish and original objects. The comfort of exploitation of them is supported with the possibilities of regulating of their functional elements.
For example, the wooden chairs with leather upholstery and aluminum legs with brass endings and castors can easily change their height by the instrumentality of built-in metal mechanisms.
Ambitious cabinet desk and elegant cupboards made of wood, polypropylene, pleated textile and aluminum are also equipped with brass mechanisms working “in the old way” by the instrumentality of revolving handle.
Mobile cupboards have the ability to enlarge depending on the amount of small lack dresses which are kept in them and the capacious integrated in the table-top “pocket-bellows” for papers is intended to keep all the documents and secrets very well.
Refined combination of ancient elements with modern technologies and materials makes the collection universal from the point of view of stylistic compatibility with the various interior interpretations.
Nika Zupanc graduated with honors from the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Ljubljana in 2000. After graduating, she started working as an independent designer and today she is a regular member of various product-design projects throughout Europe. In the international press, her work has been described as everything from “punk elegance” and “Techno chic”, to “larger than life” and Zupanc as “the real star”.