If you prefer a dome to an egg shape check out this set of 3 porcelain pendant lights from Etsy shop Flux Surface: The MY Pendant Lamp by Tobias Grau combines bone china porcelain with oak and polished aluminum. Below we see the height-adjustable suspension light but MY is also available in table lamp form.
The w152 Busby lamp is the result of a collaboration between Swedish lighting company Wästberg and British design office Industrial Facility. An electronic lamp (as opposed to a mere electrical light) the w152 Busby combines three USB outlets making it the perfect companion for our modern-day demands.
The cleverly crafted Asterisco lamp was designed by young Valencia-based design studio Cuatro Cuatros for LZF Lamps. With its punctuating and punctilious presence the studio named the light “Asterisco” or “Asterisk”.
Today we showcase a that could very well become iconic in the years to come for their sheer simplicity and amazing craftsmanship that combines the contemporary with the classic. Each one seems to borrow from the contours of a bottle or a glass vase yet feels like the perfect way to enliven a modern interior clad in unassuming neutral hues.
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.
The geometric Spar Junior was designed by Jamie McLellan for New Zealand design company Resident. A smaller version of the brand’s Spar Floor Light this cantilevered table light incorporates a spun aluminium shade that pivots on two axes enabling light to be directed as required. Clean and simple the Spar Junior has a minimal industrial mien and handsome profile.