Paper collection – a collection of lamps and sculptural panels. Made of recycled paper used papier mache technique. Due to the properties of the material, all products are very durable and elastic, but they are very lightweight, allowing them to be placed on any wall surface and ceiling.
We have created lamps that you want to touch. In the collection we use 3 types of clay: gray, red and white-blue. Generalized forms in wich you can see: flowers, jellyfish or octopus – give us opportunite to admire for a long time and consider all the new and details and images as in beautiful painting.
Yalanzhi Objects is a Ukrainian brand that combines the design and production of lamps and interior decoration.
Yalanzhi Objects sculptural panels are decorative relief elements that, due to their variety of shapes and colors, can be a harmonious addition to any interior.The sturdy and lightweight construction simply hangs on the wall like a painting. Mounting on the ceiling is possible.
How to work with Julia? Wonderful!
She is a creative person. I did not have problems with her or omissions. We have an absolute understanding. As soon as I tell Yulia my vision of the interior, she immediately offers me a vision of the chandelier, and how it can be fit into this particular interior and which particular chandelier. She always offers something amazing when you are confused. All the beautiful, chic installation, we carry out with Julia, and the end result is always amazing!
Do you know why I choose them? Because when we work on the interior, where everything is thought out, where the lines are clear, as if cut with a scalpel, where the shapes are rectangular or square - in a minimalist direction, then it comes out perfectly with the chandeliers of Yalanji. When this art object, this man-made detail appears, it immediately makes the interior unforgettable, unique, alive. This is something that cannot be repeated.
And here she is, the author, sculptor, designer, creator, a beautiful young woman Julia. And lives literally on the next street! It was a very necessary meeting with the continuation ...