Nita's home designs blurs industrial design and fine art. Discarding disciplinary bounds, it applies a process-driven approach to a subtly subversive range of informal yet elegant, simple yet culturally nuanced objects that transmit a palpable zeitgeist.
A pop take on Thomas Edison’s pioneering lighting experiments, the Switch Collection takes inspiration from the Swatch watch’s modularity and its name from the on/off button integrated into the bulb’s holder. Available in multiple colors, this portable fixture features Nita’s signature black cord housed within a Borosilicate blown glass base, enabling easy release when moving or adjusting the lamp.
Defying the ancient mathematical adage “you can’t square a circle,” this sculptural table combines a circular top with a square base of the exact same weight and surface area. Both foundational pieces as well as the table’s small circular feet are CNC routed from a single metal sheet and assembled using a propriety folding technique, exemplifying efficiency of form and the elegance of simplicity.