Christopher Boots is a Melbourne-based Industrial Designer driven by a love of nature and light, with a commitment to nothing short of excellence.
Christopher’s handmade work—including lights, furniture and objects—explores the architecture and geometry of organic shapes, and is often inspired by forms found in plants, animals, and minerals. Christopher’s Greek heritage is reflected in the fusion of natural and classical, with mythology a core concept driving his work.
Christopher graduated with a BA in Industrial Design at the National School of Design (Prahran, 2005). An apprenticeship with lighting pioneer Geoffrey Mance followed, leading to half a decade of training in various design and lighting techniques. Christopher launched his studio in 2011 and in the short span of time since, Christopher Boots has grown from a one-person-show to a team of thirty five.
While the craft of Christopher Boots can be found in London, Vancouver, Los Angeles and Dubai, all products are made in his Melbourne Atelier with love and care by artisans—amongst them glass blowers, copper smiths, ceramicists, sculptors, and bronze casters, ensuring a commitment to superb quality. With every project Christopher Boots seeks to elevate and transform his materials in a way that highlights their natural beauty.
Whether for a private residence, luxury hotel, museum or public space, the work of Christopher Boots accents and complements the dramatic experience of extraordinarily designed spaces.
When not travelling, Christopher lives in his studio in Fitzroy, Melbourne.
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We may be on the other side of the world, but Australians are certainly an intrepid bunch. And this point is reiterated when looking at the amount of Aussie lighting designers showcasing their wares on the world stage at Salone del Mobile Milan 2019.
Tama’s Tee House by Luigi Rosselli Architects reinterprets the traditional beachside vernacular with materials and sculpted forms.
Perched a-top a 150 acre cliff ridge, Headland House, designed by Atelier Andy Carson, was developed for a system of living which prizes excitement and a bit of risk in the safest possible way for an art-loving couple and their young family.
Designer, creative director and retailer, Emma Elizabeth, has curated a tight lineup of Australian designers to present at the Milan Furniture Fair, for the second consecutive year.
Along with designers Christopher Boots and Volker Haug, the LiveLife series is set to explore one of the last frontiers of design for homeowners – lighting.
With a ‘day job’ creating monumental architectural lighting and commissions for high profile clients like Hermés, it’s no wonder Fitzroy design luminary Christopher Boots craves a little darkness at home.