Chilean designer Jaim Telias launched his own studio in Rome last year and also works in Israel. His work focuses on a dialogue between person and thing.

He has designed a suspension lamp made of polystyrene called “Lior N°2″ (polyester scratching lamp). This lamp, with his minimal forms and lines, transforms and changes when the person scratches it, creating a dissonance in the original form and never being similar to another one.