Studio Enti, the Sydney ceramics studio synonymous with high-end minimalist tableware has officially launched its first lighting collection. Already well recognised by lovers of design, the brand’s signature muted porcelain colour palette has been extended to include a core collection of lighting styles, including pendants, wall lights and sconces. Studio Enti’s evolution from coveted tableware and décor to high-end lighting feels natural, and a long time coming for founder Naomi Taplin. Taplin explains: “Since day one I’ve been prototyping lighting- experimenting with ambience, sculptural forms, and colour palettes. Porcelain as a material is so incredibly beautiful -to look at, to interact with. When you add the element of light, each piece comes to life with its own unique personality and character, imbued in it during the handmaking process”. Colour and texture have great influence over the outcome of each lighting piece. Porcelain can appear translucent or opaque depending on tonal selection and porcelain thickness, impacting light throw, opacity, ambience, and mood. All important considerations when designing lighting into spaces. “Working with porcelain there is an interplay of light, texture, colour, and dimension. The natural, tactile nature of the medium offers endless opportunities to extend creativity and influence the mood and ambience of a space.” Each piece can be ordered with size, colour, and hardware variations, offering a multitude of made-to-order options so clients can select finishes tailored to their projects and spaces.