Yehuda Ozan: Chandeliers

“My industrious career started over 20 years ago, when I worked as an electrician in my father’s shop.
My parents wanted me to be an electrician like my father but that was not what I wanted to do.
I learned photography, film and philosophy and tried to be the best in everything. When I recognized this is not what I can do best, I continued searching even though my parents were not pleased.
One day I had an insight and I found a new kind of material that interested me. Polyster or “resin” \polymer .
In those days it was new in the industry and very little was known about it.
My aim was to know, use and create with this new and amazing material light objects in every way and form.
Every cent I had, I used, in order to buy raw material and study for 20 hours a day, what can be made with it.
From here, my light objects began and became my love and creation.
Even at that time, the construction and design of artistic light objects was very close to my heart.
The light objects that stem from my mind and hands are unique. My designs are created as one-offs, carefully crafted with an artisan’s touch. They include a wide variety of wall fixtures, chandeliers, table lamps, floor lights, etc. Their amazing design makes them a furniture piece with a dominant presence within the space.
The flower lamps and balls create a sense of serenity and calmness even when they are fully lighted.
My unique lamps (each one is personally designed and handmade, so that no piece is identical to another) inspire designers to design restaurants, institutions and homes around the lighting and not vice verse.
I have been displayed in galleries and selling my one of kind light objects to public institutions and private homes in Israel and all over the world” – Yehuda Ozan




















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