Naked City Landscape by Natascha Madeiski
and Alexander Graef

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Naked City Landscape by Natascha Madeiski and Alexander Graef

Designer Natascha Madeiski and architect Alexander Graef used cut-out paper to create this wintry window display for Septieme Etage boutique in Geneva.

Naked City Landscape by Natascha Madeiski and Alexander Graef

Called Naked City Landscape, the installation is an adaptation of paper lanterns the pair presented earlier in the year and depicts buildings and snowy patterns.

Naked City Landscape by Natascha Madeiski and Alexander Graef

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UK based designer Natascha Madeiski has teamed up with architect Alexander Graef for this year's Christmas display at Septieme Etage boutique in Geneva.

Naked City Landscape by Natascha Madeiski and Alexander Graef

The display utilises full scale moments and situations of their 'Naked City' range of paper lamps, which were first shown at Rossanna Orlandi at last year's fuorisalone and are currently being exibited at Triennale Design Museum in Milan and 'Enlightenment' exhibition in Rotterdam.

The display as well as the lamps are made from Fedrigoni Pergamenata paper using pure ECF cellulose with FSC certification, chosen for its translucence, robustness and environmental performance. Lamps are hand made to order and come in two sizes, 120cm x 70cm x 50 cm and 40cm x 70cm x 50cm.


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