project worth II

July 2023

Jugošik was chosen for project Worth II. Together with Nathalie Fluckiger and the Latvian company Lumisheet we will develop upcycled lamp sculptures.


June 2023

Jugošik lamps are available at Vienna, in the studio of a glass designer Nathalie Flückiger at Piaristengasse 12-14. You are welcome to stop by if you are around!

For inquiries and collaborations, please contact me at

Jugošik was created spontaneously, out of love for creating and telling the stories of forgotten objects.

During her student exchange and internship in Istanbul, Nina became interested in local crafts knowledge that she further explored with her master thesis ‘Connecting craftsman with designers – Renovation of Buyuk Yeni Han in Istanbul) in 2017.

She has worked with Superpool (Istanbul, Turkey), Selda Baltacı Mimarlık Atölyesi (Istanbul, Turkey), Kombinat Architekti (Ljubljana, Slovenia), Maske + Suhren Architekten (Berlin, Germnay) and Plan B Architects (Ljubljana, Slovenia).

Nina participated and led design-build workshops in South Africa and Gambia and as part of Prostorož collective coordinated temporary use space Teren in Ljubljana.

let’s collaborate!

When working with Nina I admired her creativity, persistence, sensitivity, ability to listen and understand others and to think about the details as much as the whole picture, her dedication, patience, grace and energy. Above all, I felt a great passion and love for what she does. Nina, I enjoyed every moment we spent together, talking about the lights you created for me! Your lamps, which now decorate my home, make me feel good every day I see them.
Nina is amazing! She helped me choose the right lighting for my living room. I highly recommend working with her – she will give you lots of good advice and keep looking for the right solution until she finds what suits your needs best.
Nina created an aesthetic ceiling light from our old chandelier. Not only we enjoy it, also our visitors are fascinated by it! It takes everyone’s gaze up to the ceiling.
We live in a time of abundance and I believe that sustainable solutions are important for us. Nina has a sensitive vision for reuse, and she knows how to use different pieces to create aesthetic solutions for every home. Let her bring her talent to yours. Highly recommended!
I’m fascinated by the combination of vintage glass and modern light design. I like the idea of transforming something ‘from before’ into a modern piece, because that way you get a particularly charming contrast. Luckily, Nina had five identical old glass lampshades, which I was immediately impressed by, and she was able to make a chandelier for above the dining table and a chandelier for above the sofa. Both, because of the thought that went into the lights during the making process, but also because they are coordinated with each other and made specifically for our space, they give the room a special charm. The lights look extremely beautiful both during the day, when they are not lit, and in the evening, when switched on.