Loebach Designs Inc

Paul Loebach is an American designer whose work spans historical, material, and narrative references across product, furniture, and lighting. He has collaborated with, among others, Roll & Hill, Matter, Umbra, and The Future Perfect. His approach is heavily influenced by his family craft history, an interest in American manufacturing, and a deep sense of curiosity about the relationship between objects and emotions. His work has been recognized by the New York Times, the Washington Post, Wallpaper*, Dezeen, and more, and has appeared in exhibitions across the United States and the world. His work appears in locations as disparate as Moynihan Station in New York, the GOOP offices in Santa Monica, and Blackberry Farm in Tennessee. He is based in Brooklyn, where he works out of a loft in a former sweater factory.

Halo Chandelier

This three-ring Halo chandelier in blackened steel draws carefully-articulated light and form into this luxurious bedroom designed by Blackberry Farm Design as part of their private residential program at Blackberry Farm. This image shows the relationship between the fixture’s LED lighting and the formal qualities of its suspension and structure. During the day, the chandelier offers a visual focal point and acts almost as piece of hung sculpture; at night, the materials recede and the emphasis transitions to the glowing rings of pure light. Photo by The Ingalls.

Halo Pendant

Offering illumination and central organization to one of the many spaces in the new GOOP offices in Santa Monica, designed by strategic consultancy and design firm Rapt Studio, the circular Halo pendant in brushed brass, seen here against a backdrop of bright sun and working in concert with gentle and restrained tones, offers a feeling of connection and clarity, unifying the room’s disparate elements under its singular circular form. Photo by Trevor Tondro.

Halo Chandelier

Bringing clarity and light into a space in the Natura Artis Magistra Zoo in Amsterdam, this installation of the four-ring Halo chandelier in brushed brass finish demonstrates the sculptural elements of the fixture, showing how scale and repetition work together to create something so much more evocative than the sum of its technical parts, and how fully and thoughtfully the fixture can fill the space. Photo by Ewout Huibers.

Halo Pendant

Seen here in a private bathroom designed by Blackberry Farm Design for their expansion into permanent private residences at Tennessee’s renowned Blackberry Farm, the Halo circle pendant in blackened steel provides gentle and restorative illumination and offers a simple and iconic counterpoint to the rich textures of the space. Part of the fixture’s appeal for designers has often been its extraordinary programmatic flexibility; here, it seems to float, bringing weightless light and visual interest. Photo by The Ingalls.

Halo Sconce

The sconce offers an intimate version of Halo’s refined approach to LED lighting; here, installed in a lush bedroom designed by Anthony Sperduti, two Halo sconces in brushed brass offer gentle illumination, architectural delineation, and an essential combination of form and light. Photo by Gieves Anderson.

Paul Loebach is an American designer whose work spans historical, material, and narrative references across product, furniture, and lighting. He has collaborated with, among others, Roll & Hill, Matter, Umbra, and The Future Perfect.

His approach is heavily influenced by his family craft history, an interest in American manufacturing, and a deep sense of curiosity about the relationship between objects and emotions. His work has been recognized by the New York Times, the Washington Post, Wallpaper*, Dezeen, and more, and has appeared in exhibitions across the United States and the world. His work appears in locations as disparate as Moynihan Station in New York, the GOOP offices in Santa Monica, and Blackberry Farm in Tennessee.

He is based in Brooklyn, where he works out of a loft in a former sweater factory.