Everything is Illuminated

Lighting that favors the delicate and brings an aura of nostalgia to any room.
For his Mediterranea collection, Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance translated the weightlessness of laundry billowing over balconies into light silhouettes and lively, brass geometric cutouts.
Designed by architect David Rockwell for Gaia & Gino with Casa International, the Ribbon table lamp resembles the movement of a candle flicker stuck in time. The steel shell comes in either white or black with a gold-finished interior.
The Lederam Manta S1 pendant lamp by Catellani & Smith features a fiberglass shade with interior and exterior color combinations of white, black, copper, and gold. The light’s form is almost aquatic.
The Circuit 6 Stacked light from New York- based design studio Apparatus uses repetition of shapes to create a hypnotic rhythm. The capsule-like unit is the base for all 10 pieces of the collection.
As if it were an ink sketch peeled off paper, the Wireflow chandelier almost disappears into the air where it’s suspended. The wire and steel frames create a piece that dances along the line of presence and absence.
The Arlequin chandelier by Saint-Louis boasts five different sizes ranging from eight to 36 lights, all caressed in crystal. The design was inspired by the classic Italian character Harlequin.
The ABC pendant’s name refers to the primary elements of the “alphabet of light”: a cone, stem, and disc. Available in these three shapes and a spread of single and two-tone colorways, the lamps collage effortlessly to fill a room.
A homage to mankind’s prehistoric use of stone, the Rolling lamp by Metalarte is made of a hybrid of architectural concrete and artificial stone. This piece is easily portable and versatile for indoor or outdoor use.
The Zoe suspension light from Italian lighting studio Venice M looks more like jewelry for a room than a lamp, which is exactly what co-founder and designer Massimo Tonetto intended.
The adjustable intensity and temperature of the Superloon lamp by Jasper Morrison for Flos makes it ideal for reading or just as ambient lighting. The flat disc and thin stilts come in chrome, black, or white.
Made entirely of crystal, Le Roi Soleil by Marcel Wanders for Baccarat is a 24-light fixture that reinterprets the brand’s iconic Zenith chandelier, which was inspired by Louis XIV of France.
Designer Michael Anastassiades teamed with longtime collaborator Flos to create Captain Flint. Shown here in varnish anthracite and black marble, the lamp is also available in brass plating with a Carrara marble base.
Italian design studio Chiaramonte Marin teamed with Brokis to create the Knot pendants, a collection of bobbles that contrast soft curves with the coarse rope that threads through them.
The Laurent 09 is one of 10 pieces in Montreal- based studio Lambert & Fils’ new collection. Each of the lights carries its own distinct personality while honoring designer MariannaBrandt’s classic milk globe from her Bauhaus years.
Italian designers Paolo Lucidi and Luca Pevere created the Aplomb light for Foscarini to pay their respects to raw concrete.The light’s simple, slender form contrasts with its solid materiality.
The Polar collection by Ross Gardam is simple and pure in form, reflecting a movement inspired by the natural phases of seasonal light. The rotatable acrylic disc is available in white, pink, blue, and a mirrored gold.
The highly adjustable Vipp526 pendant is part of a collection made especially to complement Vipp’s kitchens and bathroom modules. Characteristic of the brand, this light embodies timelessness in both aesthetics and quality.
Architect and designer Antoni de Moragas i Spà originally designed Santa & Cole’s Vaghe Stelle chandelier for a Barcelona restaurant in 1982. The toasty amber light was revived and modernized this year.
A frequent collaborator with Luceplan, Francisco Gomez Paz recently launched the Mesh light with the brand. He relied on Fibonaccian parameters, like those found in nature, to organize the dispersion of the bulbs.
Warming a room with a nostalgic Old Hollywood allure, the Cinema chandelier by Rich Brilliant Willing is flexible in composition and finish. The light comes in 4-, 6-, and 8-foot diameters and four plated finishes.
Tom Dixon’s Bell table light, made of stainless steel and copper, picks up most of its brilliance from its surroundings. Its mirror-like surface now comes in copper and brass, in addition to silver.
For the brand’s second collaboration with designer duo Kaschkasch, Dreizehngrad made a pendant that is humble yet memorable. Pressed aluminum dropping from a wooden base cradles the light’s soft, glare-less glow.
Miming the sausages dangling from a butcher shop window, Petite Friture’s So-Sage pendants designed by Sam Baron are delicate, playful, and hang best in bunches. And yes, they’re 100 percent vegan.
Considering that London-based designer Lee Broom drew inspiration for his Optical collection from 1960s op art trends, the lamps are delightfully minimal. The electroplated glass globes also live as table and floor lamps.
For Marset, German designer Mathias Hahn has created an otherworldly (or at very least, anachronistic) floor and table lamp: the Theia, named after the Greek titaness, ruler of the sun, moon, and dawn.
The Volta T-3536 makes a subtle but powerful statement. The collection features delicate traces of semi-circles dotted with aluminum heads and pieces that can either hang from the ceiling or extend from a wall.

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