Designed in Hackney: Omi pendant Lights
by Naomi Paul

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Omi pendant Lights by Naomi Paul

Designed in Hackney: these crochet pendant lamps by Dalston designer Naomi Paul are made of mercerised cotton and surplus silk from the fashion industry.

Omi pendant Lights by Naomi Paul

Called Glück, Sonne and Hanna, the three shapes in the Omi collection are hand-made in limited editions of each colourway.

Omi pendant Lights by Naomi Paul

They're shown here illuminated by Plumen low-energy designer lightbulbs, which were featured in the first week of our Designed in Hackney initiative.

Omi pendant Lights by Naomi Paul

Paul's work combines recycled, upcycled, organic, industry waste and British luxury materials to form patterns by exploring the structure of textiles.

Omi pendant Lights by Naomi Paul

She studied graphic design at Central Saint Martins then constructed textile design at Chelsea College of Art and Design, graduating in 2006.

Omi pendant Lights by Naomi Paul

Her studio is on Ridley Road in Dalston.


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Designed in Hackney is a Dezeen initiative to showcase world-class architecture and design created in the borough, which is one of the five host boroughs for the London 2012 Olympic Games as well as being home to Dezeen’s offices. We’ll publish buildings, interiors and objects that have been designed in Hackney each day until the games this summer.

More information and details of how to get involved can be found at www.designedinhackney.com.

  • Bic

    nothing new, very similiar existing product: http://razy2.pl/en/index.php?id=lampy-cocoon

  • http://twitter.com/adloram @adloram

    Oh come on, similar?

    If anything it would be more similar to Munari's Falkland53, 1964: http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2422/3838584080_79

  • Nick

    Wonderful design, elegant and playful.

  • Director

    @dic I really don't see how this is anything like that awful lampy cocoon, these are stunning and are an original use of sculptural forms and soft materials. Very well done.