Brand Review - Nuura
Founded in 2017 by Sofie Refer, Nadia Lassen and Peter Østerberg, Nuura have always strived to create unique and aesthetic lighting that reflects the riches and joy found in Nordic nature. By combining elegant design, new technology and carefully selected high-quality materials, Nuura have created unique quality lighting that positively impacts well-being. Nuura offers lighting collections that enrich and complete the decor in private homes or public places. Nuura means light and honour, and with inspiration from the Nordic light and nature, their intention is to spread quality light and joy to your home too!
Nuura have a range of unique lights that will suit any style or home, we stock a wide selection of Nuura lighting, each one different and special to us. Here are our favourite examples; all available here at Funktion Alley;
Inspired by the golden light during the Nordic fall, Blossi is designed to give a soft and delicate light. Beautifully rounded glass lampshades give the Blossi collection a Nordic touch and complete the design. The collection ranges from a chandelier to lamps for the wall, table and floor. Fashioned from high craftsmanship with the newest LED technology. 'German Design Awards 2019' Special Mention in the category 'Excellent Product Design - Lighting'.
Blossi 8 is a statement chandelier, suitable for both domestic and public spaces. The chandelier is perfect for a living space or entry where you don't have high ceiling. when used over table the light is reflected so avoids glare when sitting beneath it.
Elegant droplets and golden warmth are the essences of the sophisticated pendant collection Anoli. Silent drops on a rainy day and the unique Nordic light are combined most elegantly. The Anoli collection is made of metal and neatly mouth-blown glass in opal white or a delicate golden colour. It ranges from sleek pendants to elegant chandeliers and can be customised for larger projects and private homes.
With its simple clean lines and smooth edges, it is reminiscent of traditional nordic design, however Anoli is also a bold interior statement. It gives even diffusion of soft light perfect for kitchens and dining areas.
The unique and Nordic lighting collection, Miira, is created in a simple and timeless design. The lamps complement each other, and each one helps create a unique Nordic feel. The Miira collection is designed with the chandelier at its centre and expands into a complete series of light. It can be used everywhere from private homes to large exclusive interior decorations. Miira means beautiful vision and designed by the awarded Danish lighting designer, Sofie Refer. 'German Design Awards 2019' winner in the category 'Excellent Product Design - Lighting'.
Simple, timeless and functional embracing the Nordic craft heritage. The neatly mouth-blown glass comes in either optic (clear) or opal (white), these shiny surfaces are in contrast to the rock grey metal body. Miira gives a soft light adding warmth and atmosphere to the room whether you choose the wall ceiling or table version.
The Liila collection is created around the modular wall chandelier, Liila 12. The idea behind the collection is to create wall and ceiling lighting, with glass as the focal point. The mouth-blown glass is mounted on a metal disc, which gives the glass a floating appearance, creating elegant lighting with references to the summer sun. Nuura also offer the single lamp, Liila 1, and is available in two sizes and colours - both versions are ideal for hallways, smaller rooms or spaces with low ceilings.
Liila 12 brings together 12 of the wall lights in a modular configuration to create a lighting sculpture adding glamour and enhanced the mood lighting. Made of thin round sheet metal in nordic gold with mouth blown glass shade in optic (clear) or opal (white).
Combining thoughtful design with state of the art technology, to create unique quality lighting that enhance interiors. Nuura are true to their Scandinavian roots and now you can enjoy a little slice of Nordic light in your home too, with help of Funktion Alley of course!