Tag Archives: light fixtures

transmitting beauty: the lens sconce by LA-artist Alison Berger

Los Angeles-based designer and glass artist Alison Berger has achieved one of the hardest things to do as a product designer: to create a timeless and sophisticated piece – something stripped to its essence that will look (and function) well … 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

grooving 70s style!

In searching to an alternative for fixed directed light for bedside or living-room reading use, I found this sturdy, easy to place and very usable reading light. Designed in 1979 by Luigi Caccia Dominioni, the Lampada Poltona comes in black, … Continue reading

do i hear a woodpecker?

It’s when you’re not looking that you find the best things!  What a divine metalwork oak tree light fixture from Charles Saunders Antiques in London. Can’t you envision it making a statement in either a contemporary stark space or a … Continue reading

Danish Designer Louis Lovegrove: Sony Walkman, Apple Computer and …

One of the hardest interior furnishings to find is that one detail that can make or break a room – the light fixture.  It is my constant source of stress! One fixture I’ve used in the past is the Danish … Continue reading