Posted on December 9, 2010
Simple but still amazing. The creations of Turkish designer Emir Rifat Isik market are gaining strength combine functionality with entertaining ways to look futuristic.
Since MV Experiences, we have been highlighting the work of all kinds of designers. Devoted as Ron Arad and Philippe Starck or doubt rise as Fabio Novembre or brothers Fernando and Humberto Campana .
Today is the Emir Rifat Isik shift, who works from Istanbul to international firms such as Okko.
Precisely for that firm, Rifat has created two traditional lamps anything without losing an inch of rigorous evoke harmony with the organic relationship through plants and birds.
On the other hand, and as the plane Dining Rifat also designed a salt shaker and a pepper fabric replaces the traditional metal carrying these items. Beyond its aesthetic invoice, packaging material has been designed to make it easier to tell if they are full or empty. Also, lets go crumbling salt if it is wet a little.
Light or dewdrops
Finally, another successful Rifat is undoubtedly designed this lamp inspired by the image of dew drops on a plant. In dim light, minimalist style is simple but it goes unnoticed.
Although we have chosen only these three works, a look at the web of Emir demonstrates its broad expertise in the field of creativity.