Katarína Kudejová Fulínová

Designer Hong Kong / Hong Kong

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Katarína Kudejová Fulínová
Katarína Kudejová Fulínová trained as a designer, graduating from the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design with experience in Hungary and Spain. As an artist she successfully exhibited in Milan (Milan Furniture Fair) and Glasgow, Scotland. Her lighting collection 'Plastico' was also shortlisted for the Grand Prix of the London interiors Fair in 2005.
Katarfna Fulfnova is used to dealing with original subjects of everyday use and lifestyle design is her major field of realisation. Her distinctive light fixtures and elegant glass tableware are instantly recognisable. The author works with pure shapes and lines, occasionally with added flower ornaments. Katarfna Fulfnova further turns traditional procedures and shapes upside down, for example the shades of her lamps often break the rules of convention. Similar exploration of traditional principles results in unusual aesthetic strain, far from the ordinary.
Her frequent engineering approach and sometimes even laboratory aesthetic are of a distinguished graphic character, they correspond to the requirement of absolute purity of shape and the modern penchant for cool, rational elegance. The materials that the designer most often employs also correspond to this - glass and perspex, sometimes even fluorescent.
Katarína Kudejová Fulínová
Katarína Kudejová Fulínová

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Katarína Kudejová Fulínová trained as a designer, graduating from the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design with experience in Hungary and Spain. As an artist she successfully exhibited in Milan (Milan Furniture Fair) and Glasgow, Scotland. Her lighting collection 'Plastico' was also shortlisted for the Grand Prix of the London interiors Fair in 2005. Katarfna Fulfnova is used to dealing with original subjects of everyday use and lifestyle design is her major field of realisation. Her distinctive light fixtures and elegant glass tableware are instantly recognisable. The author works with pure shapes and lines, occasionally with added flower ornaments. Katarfna Fulfnova further turns traditional procedures and shapes upside down, for example the shades of her lamps often break the rules of convention. Similar exploration of traditional principles results in unusual aesthetic strain, far from the ordinary. Her frequent engineering approach and sometimes even laboratory aesthetic are of a distinguished graphic character, they correspond to the requirement of absolute purity of shape and the modern penchant for cool, rational elegance. The materials that the designer most often employs also correspond to this - glass and perspex, sometimes even fluorescent.