Tag Archives: contemporary light fixtures

a beehive of light

Good design is good design regardless of when it was made.  And today, with technology fueling the increasingly faster pace between the idea and final product, it is easy to be blasé about good design and be of the mindset … Continue reading

Some smokin’ hot light fixtures

Recently I was introduced to the work of Southern California artists Caleb Siemon and Carmen Salazar.  And while their glass blowing studio makes all sorts of glass objects, what really struck me was their beautiful lighting.  It’s what I would … Continue reading

The illuminated sculptures of Jeff Zimmerman

Like lily of the valley, its pods of flowers dangling off their stem, this naturally organic formed light pendant is a glam piece of functional art and one of my all-time favorites. Devised and created by New York-based master glass … Continue reading

Youngin’ it up @ Mallett

Established in 1865 in Bath (and relocated to London in the late 1930s), Mallett is one of the oldest established antique dealer’s in the world, traditionally specializing in the finest of 18th and early 19th century furniture and works of … Continue reading

Wooly and peacock

One of the most refreshing and fun aspects of any visit to the International Furniture Fairs in Milan, New York or Paris is finding new talent. And while sometimes that talent still lacks a certain polish and the products are … Continue reading

From russia with love …

I’ve been set in finding a young and talented up and coming Russian designer to feature for a long time and thanks to my friends at style-files, I found him at last.  Pavel Eekra is a Moscow-based designer whose awesome … Continue reading