Light fixtures are an important part of a room, both in a design aspect as well as lighting quality.
The following are some lighting designs that blow boring lampshades aside and would wake up any room they are in.
From the 1870’s, this historic building houses the office space below.
The sophisticated and a bit broody atmosphere is topped off by this striking updated glass chandelier, which helps soften the raw look of the space and the exposed brick. Gorgeous and gothic, this cascading light sculpture was created by glass artist Andy Paiko especially for the room.
From Jessica Helgerson Interior Design, this office space and chandelier are on my (never going to happen) wish list.
Marz Designs has produced a collection of artisan pendant lamps called Bright Beads that were made from turned timber beads formed by a lathe. The lights can be suspended alone or combined with any of the arrangements, and can also be permanently installed or hung where needed on a hook.
The pendants were part of a project showing the collaborative efforts of both designer and manufacturer.
Another wood lighting design by Abadoc named the Woobia is a solidly constructed floor lamp with a fully rotatable head. Its dimension and accommodating features would certainly add some utilitarian character to any room.
Green Mobiles from Tricoire Design are a fresh take on lighting fixtures. Multifunctioning as mobile gardens, the mini LED lighting in the fixtures helps the greenery planted inside to grow. The Green Mobile Project light forms were made with 40% recycled content, and a collection of the living illuminations were installed in a mall in Prague.
Matteo Ugolini Design has developed a series of globally inspired lights called Ululì-Ululà for Karman, a lighting manufacturer. Constructed from fiberglass that has been painted, it also includes lace details that resemble continents. You can sign in on Karman’s site to download the 3D models of the designs.
These impressive light fixtures definitely add that extra something to an interior.
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