This geometric porcelain pendant light from Etsy shop Revisions Design Studio celebrates the power of facets. As with the pendant at the very top of the post translucent porcelain is the key to getting that soft glow:
The materials used in crafting a light are equally important: wood glass and metals are all worthy of note. When a lamp engenders a smile and arouses emotion in a person it is undoubtedly meant to be.
With the constant need to charge devices the w152 Busby is simply an affirmation of how we live today and a rather pleasingly aesthetic and intelligent one at that. The lamp is available in both ambient and directional models.
Theia by German-born designer Mathias Hahn for Marset takes its name from the Greek goddess Theia mother of Helios (the Sun) Selene (the Moon) and Eos (the Dawn). With two faces – two half-spheres – Theia swivels around a central axis for use as a reading / task lamp or to create a warming ambience when projected against a surface. Merging light and shadow Theia is a graceful and poetic contemporary light with nuances of midcentury modern styling.
Light is a perfect companion when reading writing or simply losing oneself in quiet contemplation. The will play a part in alleviating stress and calming nerves in helping to achieve clarity of thought and vision.
Here’s another faceted piece this time featuring a thick black cord (that also comes in white and red). K1 is a geometric drop light by Gant & Mania crafted from clean white porcelain and available via Not on the High Street.