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Kundalini

Kundalini

Since 1996, lighting objects by Kundalini are considered "objects of inner illumination". The E.T.A. floor lamp, the Shakti lamp collection, the Hara armchair or the Bokka lamp collection are rightfully regarded as cult objects and design icons.

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In 1996, Kundalini began the development of a new typology of lamps that can be defined as "objects of inner illumination".

The Kundalini light-design products are styled with the aim to create a sensual and harmonious atmosphere and to have a positive effect on man and his environment.

This business objective, that can be gathered into the term "extra-sensorial design", has defined the Kundalini lamp production since the beginning.Thus were created lighting objects whose rational nature both emphasise fashionable aspects, and allow the direct light source to blend into the background, to highlight the importance of the light reflecting in the environment.From the consequent implementation of the business objectives result extremely innovative lamp shapes which, in addition to fulfilling aesthetic expectations, evoke ecstatic associations.The Kundalini lighting objects evoke emotion and affect the viewer in a way that is positive and deeply relaxing.Meanwhile, Kundalini has supplemented the collection of lamps, with furniture and other furnishings.These can be described as organic and neo-ergonomic elements, and conform to the classic form/function balance, but are at the same time highly innovative and are designed for the ideal comfort of the user.Kundalini owes its considerable success to the enormous media presence in movies, television and magazines as well as the growing attention of international experts.The E.T.A. floor lamp, the Shakti lamp collection, the Hara armchair or the Bokka lamp collection are rightfully regarded as cult objects and design icons.Especially by international experts, Kundalini is not only considered to be a pioneering company, but is also praised for its innovation and research of new production techniques and materials.Kundalini combines the characteristics of a modern company with those of traditional handicraft.High-profile designers and architects, such as Karim Rashid, Guglielmo Berchicci, or Marzio Rusconi Clerici contribute to the success of the company through their innovative spirit.

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