Our Favorite Lighting Fixtures- Dec. 2015
While some may not expect it, the world of lighting fixtures is constantly evolving, From the bulb technology, to the distinct style of pieces, the world of lighting fixtures provides a world of options for interior design. We at City Lighting Products love t follow the new and interesting, as these pieces my be the next great fixture. Here are a few of our favorites we discovered this month.
Junit modular pendant lamp by Schneid
Junit is a modular pendant lamp that consists of 8 different elements. The very pure and clear units are turned from high-quality ash wood and painted in a German Workshop. They come in a natural, clear finish or each in a different color. The bulb complements the colorful lamp with its oversized, milky glass that produces warm, ambient light. To complete the individual look of the lamp, the user chooses from 8 different textile cable colors.
Stupa White pendant lights by Freshwest for Innermost
Stupa was first launched by innermost at Milan’s Euroluce earlier this year. Now they are ready to introduce a new color, white, into the ambient range of pendant lights. Cast from resin, the individual pieces that make up Stupa are joined and hand finished individually on a lathe, then polished with beeswax.
B Bubble by B LIGHT
B Bubble by B LIGHT, leading producer of lighting devices, is a decorative suspended luminaire with a unique characteristic: an extraordinary combination of design and technology designed to be installed on ceilings or on a magnet track, thanks to its magnetic support.
D-TWELVE Lamp by Plato Design
The Rome based design startup Plato Design have just presented D-TWELVE Lamp, a modular, versatile and customizable handmade LED lamp, on Kickstarter. Facing the difficulty of personalizing what designers have drawn, the two Italian architects created a LED lighting system to suit people’s need to find something unique and precious at the same time.
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