Táňa Dvořáková takes her inspiration primarily from the nature and the world of the Orient. Her work shows characteristics of jewellery-like decors and graceful curves, emerging either in the form of climbing plant stems or coiling snakes. One of her most successful designs was inspired by the fine aesthetics of tea leaves. A valuable aspect of her approach towards art is also the lightness she works with – she elaborates impressive flowers and integrates tendrils into the lighting system in order to produce a luxurious interpretation of a real product of nature in the interior. Another typical feature of her creations is in the ‘invisible’ fittings giving the impression of a levitating light. Táňa Dvořáková´s designs do not lack noble-mindedness or unique precision. She expresses herself in a modern style however her realisations maintain grace and charm.