It is these giant seemingly weightless lighting fixtures that inspired midcentury masters like George Nelson and Isamu Noguchi to create their unique brand of lighting fixtures. While the Nelson pendants and Noguchi light sculptures may not be for the outdoors a simple and colorful paper lantern definitely is great for the vast outdoors. Ultra-affordable and making a big visual impact they are truly timeless.
Channel the look and feel of 1940s studio lighting with CB2’s Signal Floor Lamp. Not only is this the rotating head puts adjustable lighting at your fingertips. Plus the spotlight trio of bulbs are softened by tempered glass diffusers.
In 2014 Anglepoise®️ collaborated with British fashion designer Paul Smith to produce a clever rendering of Kenneth Grange’s Type 75™ in the fashionista’s distinctive colour handprint.
Here’s another red and romantic living room that is almost designed for eternal romantics and their soulmates! When love is the way of life this charming living room with a blinding neon sign is the place to be! Picture by Le Book.
One of these was Pod a brilliant and novel lighting design concept. Made using oak and aluminium one leg on the three-legged Pod acts as the light source. An intriguing structure the Pod light affords indirect lighting and is foldable for ease of movement and storage.
Inspired by a trip to Copenhagen’s famous Tivoli Gardens amusement park the Cirque pendants are a quirky departure from Louis Poulsen’s classic creations. Uniting a vibrant design with irregular hues Cirque is a lively lamp that exudes personality and charm. Cirque is made of aluminium and available in three colour combinations and three sizes.