Yuta Badayala Lampshade Project

The Yuta Badayala lampshade project is an exciting collaboration between the Elcho Island weavers and Koskela, Sydney.

The lampshade structures are designed and provided by Koskela for the artists to interpret any way they choose. The artists have demonstrated the skill of their craft throughout this project, weaving each lampshade by hand with natural materials to produce these creative and truly unique pieces.

A  Yuta Badayala lampshade by Mavis Ganambarr was recently spotted in the stunning Sydney home of Tamsin and Patrick Johnson, as featured in The Design Files.

Available exclusively through Koskela, Sydney. For purchase enquiries visit their website.

Lampshade by Mavis Ganambarr, a collaborative project with the Elcho Island Weavers and Koskela, Sydney. From The Deign Files feature of the Sydney  home of Tamsin and Patrick Johnson. Photo: Sean Fennessy, Production:  Lucy Feagins/The Design Files.

Lampshade by Mavis Ganambarr, a collaborative project with the Elcho Island Weavers and Koskela, Sydney. From The Deign Files feature of the Sydney  home of Tamsin and Patrick Johnson. Photo: Sean Fennessy, Production:  Lucy Feagins/The Design Files.