One of my favourite projects while in uni was designing and making a light. Even though the end result was not very satisfactory – I felt that it could have been better aesthetic- and function-wise, it was a great experience and process and I would love to design more lights in the near future.
Even the most beautiful furniture in a beautiful space would not look their best without beautiful lighting. Here are some lovely lighting that I would like to have in my future dreamhouse.
Hanging Light by Lukas Peet. So minimal and clever and would look great in an industrial setting.
Hah – so similar in shape and look. I’m sure these will look great in a bunch with the ‘Hanging Light’ above. This one is Pil by Tim Wigmore.
Again, a cagey, geometric light. ‘Structend Light’ by Cláudio Cigarro.
‘Loom’ by Benjamin Hubert. Anything with stitching gets extra points from me. 😀
This one reminds me of Buddhist prayer beads. That aside, it looks really cute and whimsical, and also I like that it is adjustable. ‘Earl’ from llot llov.
‘Jump’ by Claude Saos. Love the combination of materials – porcelain, maple, and lacquered stainless steel.
This one is already a few years old – I think the trend of bunched-up lights must have been inspired by this? ‘Torch Bunch 10’ by Sylvain Willenz.