Designer Spotlight: Louis A. Lara

By Sklar Furnishings

Featured Designers

August 17, 2012

The next designer spotlight features Louis A. Lara. Recognized for the unique sculptural quality he brings to his work, Louis A. Lara has been designing award winning projects for manufacturers as well as private individuals since 1986 when he graduated from Pratt Institute with a degree in Industrial Design.  Projects have included residential and contract furniture, seating, lighting, housewares, graphics and general product design and development.

His designs are included in the permanent collections of design museums and have been published in innumerable design and trade publications, as well as the world’s most prestigious design anthologies. His product designs are sold around the globe from the USA to Russia. They have appeared in dozens of major motion pictures as well as on the sets of today’s most popular TV programs.

“I compose relationships, striving for visual stillness and harmony that transcend the follies of fashion and trend. All objects, regardless of size or purpose, are compositions of form and space, and the manner in which these elements are balanced determines their visual harmony or dissonance. The more harmonious the composition, the more inherently beautiful and timeless is the object.”

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