The Cloche lamp by young Norwegian designer Lars Beller Fjetland exudes grace control and charm as profiled in its striking 1930s industrial-esque form. Produced by Wrong for Hay the poetic design of the Cloche explores beauty weight and balance through an off-set cast-iron base black powder-coated stem and shade (in matte white matte black or polished copper).
Crafted from fibreglass soaked in epoxy resin the Non Random Light is for those who would want to create an instant focal point in the room without a major overhaul. While the light is most often used in kitchens and dining rooms it is also a great choice for those looking to give bedside lighting an ingenious space-saving twist.
Here’s one more listing from onefortythree… Say hello to the minimal yet eye-catching Color Pendant Lamps featuring powder-coated sockets in a variety of possibilities. It’s tempting to order a group of these beautifully designed pendants but something tells us one could stand on its own just fine!
The pleated lampshade is another trademark feature of the series and it gives the edgy lamp a touch of visual softness. The handfolded lampshade that seems like it is almost neatly tucked inside also gives the lamp its name CACHÉ which in French means’ hidden’.
When adjustable steel shades are at your disposal you can strategically illuminate key features and areas in the room of your choice! This Tripel Floor Lamp from CB2 is designed by Mermelada Estudio. Steel is the material of choice but the chrome finish is what really gets noticed:
The lovely lighting fixture blends a touch of rustic beauty with unabashed contemporary aesthetics to offer the best of both worlds. Made from a metal wire frame and ultra-thin suspension wire the leaves of the Heracleum can be rotated easily to achieve a range of varied configurations. Add to this the energy-saving magic of LED lights and you have a winner in every sense of the word.