Wayra, meaning “wind” in Quechua is a luminaire made up of ethereal wings which glide weightlessly in space and at the same time absorb noise.
The wings are made from PET felt which has come from recycled plastic bottles.
Designed by Singular Lighting and manufactured by Luz Negra, it has been chosen to take part in the eighth edition of the Ibero-American Design Biennial (BID22).
The exhibition will open on 21st November, 2022 at the National Museum of Decorative Arts in Madrid and will then move to the Design Centre in Matadero, Madrid , where you will be able to visit until 5th February, 2023.
The Ibero-American Design Biennial (BID), organised by the Madrid Design Foundation, takes place every two years at the Design Centre in Matadero, Madrid. This is a centre for contemporary creations and promoted by Madrid’s city council in the name of the government´s culture and sports division.
This is considered the most important event regarding contemporary Ibero-American design.
The central exhibition of BID brings together in one place, all of the best expressions in recent design from Latin America, Spain and Portugal and is made up of designers from all fields of design.