Best Protea 1 Pendant Medium
PROTEA – A striking new lighting design range by Western Australian designer, Tim Whiteman, explores both form and function.
Protea 1 the first of the series can be assembled in a variety of configurations. and is available in a stunning collection of vibrant colours both solid and transparent.
Protea 1 comes in a variety of sizes to suit both domestic and commercial applications. Protea 1 is more art than light fixture, stunning whether displayed solo or in groupings.
Materials: laminated European
Beech timber and 100% recyclable Polypropylene
Med 500mm d x 330mm h
Light fitting not included but can be supplied if necessary
Floor Stock Only – White
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Tim Whiteman’s distinctive and exciting designer-maker practice focuses on the production and commission of furniture and objects.
Tim’s professional design career covers a variety of creative disciplines. He’s been involved in many creative projects from press, prints, television, publications, furniture, architectural and products. Tim’s work is influenced by graphics, producing unique forms with an eye-catching use of colour. With almost two decades of design experience, he continues to draw on his life’s experiences intrigued by the repetition of forms and shapes, creating layers, links and patterns.
Operating from the Midland Atelier, Tim is reconnecting with his family’s pioneering family history in the Midland Region. Many of his pieces “tell a story” referencing his life in Western Australia and featuring landscape influences.
Tim has been involved in a variety of exhibitions, including the prestigious international design fair Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan, Italy. This work featured at the Salone Satellite in the “Riches of Isolation” exhibition showcasing distinctive designs inspired by Western Australia’s unique culture and environment. He has also participated in various workshops including the Design Island program – Bay of Fires in Tasmania.