Kiruna Kyrka

Kiruna Kyrka

Design: John Pettersson, InWhite Ljusmiljö
Location: Kiruna, Sweden

Photo: Anna Öhlund Photography

Luminaire: Čuovga

The Church of Kiruna, inspired by the stave churches of Norway, is located close to the heart of the swedish town of Kiruna.

The area of Kiruna was inhabited by the Sami-people
6000 years before the city of Kiruna was
established.

The uniqueness of the church demanded a customized luminaire, thus creating "Cuovga".
Čuovga, [tʃˈoɑβː.kɑ], is Northern Sami and means ”light” or ”glow from campfire”.

Kiruna Kyrka

Kiruna Kyrka

Design: John Pettersson, InWhite Ljusmiljö
Location: Kiruna, Sweden

Photo: Anna Öhlund Photography

Luminaire: Čuovga

The Church of Kiruna, inspired by the stave churches of Norway, is located close to the heart of the swedish town of Kiruna.

The area of Kiruna was inhabited by the Sami-people
6000 years before the city of Kiruna was
established.

The uniqueness of the church demanded a customized luminaire, thus creating "Cuovga".
Čuovga, [tʃˈoɑβː.kɑ], is Northern Sami and means ”light” or ”glow from campfire”.

Kiruna Kyrka

Kiruna Kyrka

Design: John Pettersson, InWhite Ljusmiljö
Location: Kiruna, Sweden

Photo: Anna Öhlund Photography

Luminaire: Čuovga

The Church of Kiruna, inspired by the stave churches of Norway, is located close to the heart of the swedish town of Kiruna.

The area of Kiruna was inhabited by the Sami-people
6000 years before the city of Kiruna was
established.

The uniqueness of the church demanded a customized luminaire, thus creating "Cuovga".
Čuovga, [tʃˈoɑβː.kɑ], is Northern Sami and means ”light” or ”glow from campfire”.

Kiruna Kyrka

Kiruna Kyrka

Design: John Pettersson, InWhite Ljusmiljö
Location: Kiruna, Sweden

Photo: Anna Öhlund Photography

Luminaire: Čuovga

The Church of Kiruna, inspired by the stave churches of Norway, is located close to the heart of the swedish town of Kiruna.

The area of Kiruna was inhabited by the Sami-people
6000 years before the city of Kiruna was
established.

The uniqueness of the church demanded a customized luminaire, thus creating "Cuovga".
Čuovga, [tʃˈoɑβː.kɑ], is Northern Sami and means ”light” or ”glow from campfire”.

Kiruna Kyrka

Kiruna Kyrka

Design: John Pettersson, InWhite Ljusmiljö
Location: Kiruna, Sweden

Photo: Anna Öhlund Photography

Luminaire: Čuovga

The Church of Kiruna, inspired by the stave churches of Norway, is located close to the heart of the swedish town of Kiruna.

The area of Kiruna was inhabited by the Sami-people
6000 years before the city of Kiruna was
established.

The uniqueness of the church demanded a customized luminaire, thus creating "Cuovga".
Čuovga, [tʃˈoɑβː.kɑ], is Northern Sami and means ”light” or ”glow from campfire”.

Kiruna Kyrka

Kiruna Kyrka

Design: John Pettersson, InWhite Ljusmiljö
Location: Kiruna, Sweden

Photo: Anna Öhlund Photography

Luminaire: Čuovga

The Church of Kiruna, inspired by the stave churches of Norway, is located close to the heart of the swedish town of Kiruna.

The area of Kiruna was inhabited by the Sami-people
6000 years before the city of Kiruna was
established.

The uniqueness of the church demanded a customized luminaire, thus creating "Cuovga".
Čuovga, [tʃˈoɑβː.kɑ], is Northern Sami and means ”light” or ”glow from campfire”.

Kiruna Kyrka

Kiruna Kyrka

Design: John Pettersson, InWhite Ljusmiljö
Location: Kiruna, Sweden

Photo: Anna Öhlund Photography

Luminaire: Čuovga

The Church of Kiruna, inspired by the stave churches of Norway, is located close to the heart of the swedish town of Kiruna.

The area of Kiruna was inhabited by the Sami-people
6000 years before the city of Kiruna was
established.

The uniqueness of the church demanded a customized luminaire, thus creating "Cuovga".
Čuovga, [tʃˈoɑβː.kɑ], is Northern Sami and means ”light” or ”glow from campfire”.