Welcome to Cahaya
And welcome to a world of hand crafted, high end interior lighting, offering you beautiful handmade designs with a sustainable and artistic outset.
Discover the collection
Dive into the world of stunning & unique lamp designs
Design to shape light
Immerse yourself to the studies of geometric alchemy
Made in Germany
CAHAYA lights are designed with the utmost care and attention to detail. All designs are made to the highest European standards in Germany. The inspiration is drawn from all over the world, with a particular focus on Australian design influences. resulting in lighting fixtures that are not only visually stunning, but also crafted with precision and functionality in mind.
With CAHAYA lights, you can be confident that you are bringing the finest lighting into your space, where you seek contemplation and relaxation. Illuminate your space with CAHAYA and experience the transformative power of beautiful, high-quality lighting.
My mission is to deliver exceptional yet simple lighting design solutions. I always look for the perfect symbiosis between light and shadow. All designs are fueled by an obsession with natural materials, high quality craftsmanship and long lasting lighting designs.
The right mood
Lighting can have a powerful effect on the mood and how you feel in an environment. It can also help to improve the aesthetic of a space. By carefully considering the right lighting, one can significantly enhance their daily life and create a more enjoyable setting.
For the perfect atmosphere in your home, the right lighting can help set the scene and boost your life. If you want to enjoy a touch of exclusivity, you can use lamps that are impressive in design. CAHAYA lamps are beautiful and stylish designs, for a perfect interior.
Every design is made to last, and made by hand. I am passionate about using recycled materials and developing solutions for easy assembly and disassembly, so that any damaged part can be replaced.
Jenni Miller, founder of CAHAYA Studio, is a German artist driven by a deep passion for geometric shapes and architectural alchemy. She completed her architectural studies at Curtin University of Western Australia. Jenni’s works are distributed internationally and continues to create a new set of theories about how lighting should influence its surrounding.