The modern consumer should not have to choose between artistic expression and functional home design. Today’s interior designers have the ability to do it all. Unfortunately, many residential and community spaces seem devoid of imagination and energy. Some home decor experts are taking a stand against unoriginal design. One of these innovators is Tom John Light–founder, owner, and inspiration behind LightArt.
Based in Israel, LightArt is essentially a think-tank for contemporary art, residential design, and space decor. Inspired by artists and focusing on unique craftsmanship, LightArt attempts an innovative approach to design. They do not believe customers should have to choose between basic function and artistic vision. LightArt tackles projects in homes and in public spaces, and approaches each project comprehensively. They address both the exterior design and the interior design. Tom John Light’s vision for his business is to create a place where artists, real estate professionals, and cultural advisors can come together to create something innovative. His goal for every project is to develop an experience out of something ordinary. Shared spaces should reflect color, art, and community. For Tom John Light, there is an emotional connection between residential spaces and art. It is a way of life.
Born Tom Johnathan Or-Paz, Tom John Light is an entrepreneur from Israel. He gained notoriety as the founder and senior vice president for FashionTV. This venture brought him into the branded residence business in 2013. At this point, he has been involved in building projects across the world in countries like Austria, Indonesia, and Dubai. This most recent career shift as the chairman and founder of LightArt puts him right at the intersection of real estate and artistic expression. LightArt is working with architects to try and create unique design in spaces all over the world. To this end, each project LightArt takes on also has full marketing support.
Tom John Light’s vision for LightArt is an innovative take on the interaction between modern art and design. LightArt seeks to take something average and transform it into artistic way of life. Through collaboration and intersectional design, he aims to reimagine living spaces for people all over the world.