Co-habilitation Set of Tools KØKON

PrizeShortlist in Use (product)
University/SchoolEugeniusz Geppert Academy of Fine Arts
ArtistDarya Naryshkina
Design TeamDarya Naryshkina
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Project link: Set of tools for co-habilitation in times of mandatory staying at home including a KOKON, lamp providing privacy, and helping with focusing and relaxation. The KOKON is a speculative project that aims to provide private space even in a small apartment, serving as an additional source of light when not in use. The light inside the lamp is controlled by your breathing, which helps you to concentrate and relax. When inhaling - the light dims up, and when exhaling - dims down thanks to a special built-in breathing sensor.

Daria Naryshkina is a Russian Interior Designer, currently based in Athens, Greece. She had her bachelor’s in Journalism. In 2017 she studied at the British Academy of Interior Design, London. In 2021 she graduated with distinction from the Academy of Fine Arts in Wroclaw, Poland. Daria Naryshkina is exploring the connection between space, light, and emotions.