is a Kazakhstan-based designer who created “Living light” a lamp that appears as a diaphanous container, in which the light was poured.
As a child she already knew who she wanted to be. But closer to the age of 18 began rushing between the three professions – a writer, psychologist and artist. She liked to watch people, listen to them, talk to them – and liked to draw them. Now she understands that it looks like design. She gives her thoughts, feelings and soul to it. While creating the projects, she mentally builts a dialogue with people. Imagine how they live in this space. Like writing a story in herself.
More about Nissa Kinjalina and her works here.