PARADISE WIRE WALL DECOR COPPER

Designer:  Laura Carwardine, Adrienna Matzeg

$20.00

Bring a sense of paradise to your space. This design was inspired by the unique shapes of neon word art. It mounts away from the wall to create an interesting profile and shadows that are constantly changing.

Bring a sense of paradise to your space. This design was inspired by the unique shapes of neon word art. It mounts away from the wall to create an interesting profile and shadows that are constantly changing.

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Description
  • Copper plated wire bent into the word "Paradise"
  • Mounting hardware included
  • Measures 23 x 6.5 x 1.5" (58.4 x 16.1 x 3.8 cm)


ITEM NUMBER: 1005404-880
Laura Carwardine

Laura has always been fascinated by how things are made and how things can be joined together. She sees the world in colours, materials, details, shapes and patterns,...

Laura has always been fascinated by how things are made and how things can be joined together. She sees the world in colours, materials, details, shapes and patterns, and she believes that design plays an important role in everyday life.

Laura grew up in Calgary and moved to Toronto to attend Ryerson University, where she earned her Bachelor of Interior Design degree. After graduation, Laura worked as a junior interior designer on commercial projects at a large architectural firm before designing restaurants, lighting, furniture, and feature art installations at a local multidisciplinary design studio.

At Umbra, Laura is excited to work as a product designer and to help coordinate the sourcing and specifying of colours, materials, and finishes (CMF) across all product categories.

Adrienna Matzeg

Adrienna’s diverse background informs her approach to design. At a young age, Adrienna attended Canada’s National Ballet School and trained in both classical ballet and...

Adrienna’s diverse background informs her approach to design. At a young age, Adrienna attended Canada’s National Ballet School and trained in both classical ballet and contemporary dance. After graduation, Adrienna went on to pursue Fine Art at the Nova Scotia Collage of Art and Design. Through working with a range of analog and digital processes including weaving, screen printing and photographic mediums, she earned her degree in Photography. Adrienna’s work has been shown at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia and has been featured in Canadian Art Magazine. Adrienna’s inspiration comes from the patterns and repetition that she sees in everyday life. She is drawn to bold colours and graphics as well as the shapes that light creates. She believes that great design seamlessly combines narrative, function and imagination and that people can enjoy curating the objects that surround them.

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