Let there be light

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1. Hal­cyon Lamp. Com­posed of a hand­s­e­lected solid nat­u­ral quartz stone and sculp­tural brass base, this ar­chi­tec­ture fix­ture chan­nels Kelly Wearstler trade­mark affin­ity for clever mixol­ogy and nat­u­ral ma­te­ri­al­ity. Avail­able at Klots Home Fur­nish­ing.

2. Con­cert Pen­dant Lamp. The Con­cert pen­dant by Jorn Ut­zon pro­vides a pleas­ant, non-glar­ing light with­out com­pro­mis­ing the strength of il­lu­mi­na­tion. The lamp is built up of four shades and a par­a­bola of drawn steel, which is mounted on a glass sus­pen­sion of acid treated glass­ware. Avail­able at Repub­lic of Fritz Hansen, Pa­cific Place. 3. Base Brass Floor by Tom Dixon. A ro­bust floor stand­ing light com­bined with a smooth fin­ished brass or highly-pol­ished cop­per, which stands on a matt tex­tured cast iron base. This floor lamp also has a wall and ta­ble ver­sion. tomdixon.net 4. Ga­lerie Floor Lamp. The dis­tin­guish­ing fea­ture of Ga­lerie by Fed­erico Peri is the dif­fuser, which is in­spired by the an­tique oil lamps of the Belle Époque. It is equipped with a leather strap that al­lows the fix­ture to be hung in dif­fer­ent po­si­tions of the struc­ture. fontanaarte.com 5. Cirkel Wall Light. This wall lamp is the re­sult of Daphna Lau­rens’ ‘ex­er­cise’ with the cir­cle. The cone-shaped shade of this wall lamp is mounted on a semi­cir­cu­lar plate and faces ei­ther straight up or away from its in­te­grated shelf. Avail­able in black and white. daph­nelau­rens.nl

this page ( clock­wise from top left): 6. Clas­sic Lu­mio. Lu­mio is a dy­namic, multi-func­tional lamp that con­ceals it­self in the form of a hard-cover book. It opens to 360 de­grees and comes with a cus­tom or­ange mi­cro-usb charger, mag­netic wooden pegs for mount­ing and a leather strap for hang­ing. hel­lo­lu­mio.com

7. Ob­sid­ian Ta­ble Lamp. De­signed by Jean Louis De­niot for Baker, this ta­ble lamp de­fines a jux­ta­po­si­tion be­tween moder­nity and the neo-clas­si­cal, blended with touches of mid-cen­tury wit. It fea­tures al­abaster with satin brass ac­cents and sand cot­ton shade. Avail­able at Bika Liv­ing.

8. Ba­nanas Floor Lamp. This floor lamp brings to life the ba­nana tree, with its elon­gated curved shape host­ing hand­turned brass leaves. Emerg­ing from a cir­cu­lar mar­ble base, each leaf is con­nected to sep­a­rate light­ing tubes and fea­tures a chis­eled tex­ture, al­low­ing the light to be both re­flected and dif­fused along the sur­face. gin­gerand­jag­ger.com 9. Mutto Con­trol Light. Con­trol by TAF for Mu­uto is an in­ter­est­ing re­design of the naked E27 bulb that in­vites the user to con­trol the lamp’s light us­ing the play­ful con­trol dial. It is the de­sign­ers’ prag­matic ap­proach to mak­ing a lamp by the sim­plest means. mu­uto.com 10. Ra­mun Mini Amuleto Lamp. De­signed by Alessan­dro Men­dini, the Ra­mun’s Amuleto mini lamp is made up of three slim ring de­sign that sym­bol­ise the har­mony of the sun, the moon and the Earth. The il­lu­mi­nated disk is like a halo, that is not only func­tional as an eye pro­tec­tion, but highly al­lur­ing as well. Avail­able at Lu­mikasa.

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