Lory Duck Chandelier

Lighting Design Award Winner.
Awarded Golden for Good Lighting Products and Lighting Projects Design.

Lory Duck Chandelier
by Calaras Serghei

  • Awarded April 15, 2020
  • CLIENT: Siero Carandash brand
  • 1.003

The Lory Duck is designed as a suspension system assembled from modules made of brass and epoxy glass, each resembling a duck sliding effortlessly through cool waters. The modules also offer configurability; with a touch, each can be adjusted to face any direction and hang at any height. The basic shape of the lamp was born relatively quickly. However, it needed months of research and development with countless prototypes to create its perfect balance and the best look from all possible angles.

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Calaras Serghei

Designer of Lory Duck Chandelier


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Interview with Calaras Serghei on Lory Duck Chandelier

What are your future plans for this award winning design?
In the future, we plan to manufacture fixtures and furniture of the Siero Carandash brand. I just want to create a good design in my country, as well as expand it to the global market.
What made you design this particular type of work?
. The desire, desire to grow, and the general ideas of my family inspire me to achieve goals. My wife is my muse and best critic. And also the incredible work and the fruit of my efforts always makes me go forward. Inspiration can be subdued only when you have the strength to work, it doesn’t matter what time of day, year, or time in general. Diligence is my main motivator.
Where there any other designs and/or designers that helped the influence the design of your work?
I am impressed by B&B Italia - Desk -, painting, lighting, decor,
What are some of the challenges you faced during the design/realization of your concept?
The biggest creative challenge for me was to create a piece that was both minimalistic and yet still rich in character. He strived to create a chandelier with clean & simple lines, with each module of the piece composed to resemble a stylized duck. Again and again Serghei returned to a single them; paring away all unnecessary detail to leave only the essential and pure elements of the design. The final challenge was the cost; production of a custom glass bulb is quite expensive, but in the end the designer came upon a good solution by using epoxy glass as the material.
Any other things you would like to cover that have not been covered in these questions?
. My path as a designer began long before I made an informed choice to become one. I can even say that it was not me who chose the design, but the design chose me. As a child, I was always interested in creating something unusual and creative. My grandfather was engaged in the construction business, and instilled in me the love of creating something with his own hands, it fascinated me so much that I worked for days on end. As time passed, I grew up, and the desire to create something did not disappear anywhere, so from a dreamy child, grew up a no less dreamy designer. Did I always want to be a designer? I would not say so, initially, I was engaged in painting and quite successfully. Lecturer Bakitsky from the College of Art, where I studied for 4 years in 2007, inspired me and revealed my potential. He became for me a mentor and father in art while studying. made me understand what I originally did not see in myself. The desire, painstaking work and the desire to develop, that’s what made me always move forward. Lucky? I do not believe in miracles, I believe that I can `` get a star from heaven, '' if you just want to and set a goal. After college, in front of me was the choice to pursue a career in painting, or to engage in design. I decided that with experience in painting I can become a good designer.

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