Much of Tamara Rushlow’s work is in commercial and residential interior design as well as buildings sets for various t.v. commercials and music videos. But the Canadian based designer has also created a series of objects with a certain flair likely influenced from her time at Scuola Politecica di Design pursuing her Masters of Industrial Design. From an inflatable laptop bag to a flexible wall light, her designs take contemporary construction means to glamourous ends.
The pendants on the left were made from laser-cut powder coated metal. Her table lamps are plywood with gloss veneers, and the wall lamp is made from Japanese paper and styrene. For more style from Tamara Rushlow, visit the website.