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  • Bernard-Albin Gras Lampe Gras Model n411 Floor Lamp
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    Bernard-Albin Gras Lampe Gras Model n411 Floor Lamp
    Son of a draftsman and a homemaker, Bernard-Albin Gras was born in Saint-Raphaël, France, in 1886. He would become an engineer and tireless inventor who registered dozens of patents, including one for Lampe Gras (1921). A product of Gras’ passion to improve working conditions for hundreds of laborers in ordinary machine shops, research laboratories and design studios in the 1920s, this mobile lighting solution is capable of meeting the needs of many different users. The architect Le Corbusier seized upon the design, which satisfied the demands of his ideology about the perfect object-tool: a form reduced to its pure function, free of superfluous ornament. Corbu furnished his design offices and architectural projects with Lampes Gras, and other early adopters included Eileen Gray, Man Ray and Robert Mallet-Stevens. The cast steel frames are made without screws or welded joints; all parts contribute to utmost effectiveness of the whole.Bulb (not included): LED, CFL or incandescent; E12 base; 40W max. Made in China.
  • Pablo Pardo Cortina 60" Floor Lamp
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    Pablo Pardo Cortina 60" Floor Lamp
    Defined by a structural and material simplicity, the Cortina Floor Lamps and Table Lamp (2000) by Pablo Pardo simultaneously contain and diffuse light. The compact polycarbonate shade is virtually architectural, a thin rectangle of transparency that delineates the form and filters light through an external fabric diffuser, which is stretched over the top, down to the base. The floor lamps may be tucked beside a sofa, or placed in a corner, being well suited to today's versatile environments in which efficiency of space and versatility are key, while the table lamp provides unique secondary lighting on a bedside table or reception desk. Bulbs included: two 60W par 16 halogen. Full-range dimmer.
  • Christian Dell Kaiser-idell Pendant Lamp
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    Christian Dell Kaiser-idell Pendant Lamp
    German silversmith Christian Dell was a metalworking teacher at the Bauhaus from 1922–25. Collaborating with modernist luminaries László Moholy-Nagy and Marianne Brandt, Dell helped shape the Bauhaus approach to industrial lighting. He started designing lighting for various companies in 1926, including Gebrüder Kaiser & Co., the one that produced the first lamp in the Kaiser-idell Collection (1931). With the first part of the name being for the factory that produced it, the latter is an amalgam of Dell and idee , the German word for “idea.” Brought back into production by Fritz Hansen in 2011, the collection is crafted to the designer’s original specifications, including his worldwide-patented swivel joint for shade adjustability – revolutionary in 1931. Bulb (not included): 4" or shorter LED; E26 base; 25W max. UL Listed. Made in Denmark.
  • Peter Bowles Drop 2 Pendant
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    Peter Bowles Drop 2 Pendant
    Saving a factory and helping the employees keep their jobs was not something Peter Bowles thought he’d be doing when he designed his first bone china light. The story begins in Stoke-on-Trent, the heart of the British ceramics industry, where its prized porcelain has been produced for more than three centuries. Bowles convinced a tableware factory to produce his first design, but as the orders started to come in, he learned the factory would be closing. Rather than moving production overseas, Bowles bought the factory and offered the entire staff new jobs with his company, Original BTC. The Drop 2 Pendant (2000) is beautifully crafted of hand-cast bone china. Creating these lights involves a highly skilled, labor-intensive process that begins with raw clay and ends with biscuit firing, glazing, glossing and firing again. When lit, the shade has a translucent glow that allows for warm diffused light. Attention to detail is at the heart of every Drop 2 Pendant, right down to the braided cord, which was designed by Peter and can be found on every light his company makes. Drop is UL Listed and suitable for contract use. Bulb (not included): 40W/120V/E26. Made in England.
  • Bernard Schottlander Mantis BS2 Wall Lamp
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    Bernard Schottlander Mantis BS2 Wall Lamp
    Born in Mainz, Germany, in 1924, Bernard Schottlander fled to England as a Jewish refugee in 1939. He worked as a welder for a short stint during the war before delving into sculpture at Leeds College of Art and the Anglo-French art center in St. John’s Wood. A year later, he went on to open his own design studio and began creating new pieces in limited editions. An admirer of Alexander Calder, the American sculptor perhaps best known as originator of the mobile, Schottlander created his Mantis Collection (1951) as an homage. Movement being intrinsic to his work, he devised clever adjustable frames constructed of strong yet flexible steel rods combined with counterweights. He then fabricated shades from aluminum using repoussé and chasing techniques, relying on his trained sculptor’s eye to produce beautifully flowing shapes that set the symmetrical and asymmetrical in opposition. His lamps – much like his idol’s mobiles – appear to defy gravity with their floating forms. Bulb (not included): LED, CFL or incandescent; E12 base; 40W max. This is the authentic Mantis Collection. Made in China.
  • Christian Dell Kaiser-idell Small Table Lamp
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    Christian Dell Kaiser-idell Small Table Lamp
    German silversmith Christian Dell was a metalworking teacher at the Bauhaus from 1922–25. Collaborating with modernist luminaries László Moholy-Nagy and Marianne Brandt, Dell helped shape the Bauhaus approach to industrial lighting. He started designing lighting for various companies in 1926, including Gebrüder Kaiser & Co., the one that produced the first lamp in the Kaiser-idell Collection (1931). With the first part of the name being for the factory that produced it, the latter is an amalgam of Dell and idee , the German word for “idea.” Brought back into production by Fritz Hansen in 2011, the collection is crafted to the designer’s original specifications, including his worldwide-patented swivel joint for shade adjustability – revolutionary in 1931. Bulb (not included): 4" or shorter LED; E26 base; 25W max. UL Listed. Made in Denmark.
  • Claesson Koivisto Rune Fluid Pendant
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    Claesson Koivisto Rune Fluid Pendant
    “We wanted to give the lamp a form with a certain softness, towards a more natural language and further removed from pure geometry,” says the team behind the Fluid Pendant (2011), Claesson Koivisto Rune. “Fascinated by the way that surface tension governs the curvature of a resting water droplet, we have tried to capture its essence.” With movement, flow and a respect for the beauty that comes with handcrafting, the team has created a versatile opalescent glass pendant. In its simplicity of form and color – all parts of the lamp, including the cord, are white – the Fluid Pendant creates a warm, inviting glow for the dining room, kitchen or anywhere else soft lighting is desired. Claesson Koivisto Rune is an innovative Swedish design house, founded in Stockholm in 1995. “The only things that are important to us,” says the company, “are to develop, to improve and never to repeat.” Bulb (not included): incandescent 60W/120V/E26/A19 max. Made in China.
  • Jasper Morrison Glo-Ball Ceiling/Wall Zero Sconce
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    Jasper Morrison Glo-Ball Ceiling/Wall Zero Sconce
    To provide an innovative take on the hanging glass globe, Jasper Morrison created his Glo-Ball series of lamps (1998), a range of understated blown-glass globes for almost every imaginable situation. Featuring a clean geometric appearance, the Glo-Ball Sconce is crafted with hand-blown opaline glass that’s externally acid-etched and flashed for a pristine surface that evenly diffuses warm glowing light. Suitable for mounting on a wall or ceiling. Bulb (included): halogen 40W/T4/G9. UL Listed. Made in Italy.
  • Christian Dell Kaiser-idell Tiltable Table Lamp
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    Christian Dell Kaiser-idell Tiltable Table Lamp
    German silversmith Christian Dell was a metalworking teacher at the Bauhaus from 1922–25. Collaborating with modernist luminaries László Moholy-Nagy and Marianne Brandt, Dell helped shape the Bauhaus approach to industrial lighting. He started designing lighting for various companies in 1926, including Gebrüder Kaiser & Co., the one that produced the first lamp in the Kaiser-idell Collection (1931). With the first part of the name being for the factory that produced it, the latter is an amalgam of Dell and idee , the German word for “idea.” Brought back into production by Fritz Hansen in 2011, the collection is crafted to the designer’s original specifications, including his worldwide-patented swivel joint for shade adjustability – revolutionary in 1931. Bulb (not included): 4" or shorter LED; E26 base; 25W max. UL Listed. Made in Denmark. Adjustable stem tilts forward and back to three positions. White is a.
  • Christian Dell Kaiser-idell Wall Lamp
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    Christian Dell Kaiser-idell Wall Lamp
    German silversmith Christian Dell was a metalworking teacher at the Bauhaus from 1922–25. Collaborating with modernist luminaries László Moholy-Nagy and Marianne Brandt, Dell helped shape the Bauhaus approach to industrial lighting. He started designing lighting for various companies in 1926, including Gebrüder Kaiser & Co., the one that produced the first lamp in the Kaiser-idell Collection (1931). With the first part of the name being for the factory that produced it, the latter is an amalgam of Dell and idee , the German word for “idea.” Brought back into production by Fritz Hansen in 2011, the collection is crafted to the designer’s original specifications, including his worldwide-patented swivel joint for shade adjustability – revolutionary in 1931. Bulb (not included): 4" or shorter LED; E26 base; 25W max. UL Listed. Made in Denmark.
  • Christian Dell Kaiser-idell Luxus Table Lamp
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    Christian Dell Kaiser-idell Luxus Table Lamp
    German silversmith Christian Dell was a metalworking teacher at the Bauhaus from 1922–25. Collaborating with modernist luminaries László Moholy-Nagy and Marianne Brandt, Dell helped shape the Bauhaus approach to industrial lighting. He started designing lighting for various companies in 1926, including Gebrüder Kaiser & Co., the one that produced the first lamp in the Kaiser-idell Collection (1931). With the first part of the name being for the factory that produced it, the latter is an amalgam of Dell and idee , the German word for “idea.” Brought back into production by Fritz Hansen in 2011, the collection is crafted to the designer’s original specifications, including his worldwide-patented swivel joint for shade adjustability – revolutionary in 1931. Bulb (not included): 4" or shorter LED; E26 base; 25W max. UL Listed. Made in Denmark.
  • Christian Dell Kaiser-idell Luxus Floor Lamp
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    Christian Dell Kaiser-idell Luxus Floor Lamp
    German silversmith Christian Dell was a metalworking teacher at the Bauhaus from 1922–25. Collaborating with modernist luminaries László Moholy-Nagy and Marianne Brandt, Dell helped shape the Bauhaus approach to industrial lighting. He started designing lighting for various companies in 1926, including Gebrüder Kaiser & Co., the one that produced the first lamp in the Kaiser-idell Collection (1931). With the first part of the name being for the factory that produced it, the latter is an amalgam of Dell and idee , the German word for “idea.” Brought back into production by Fritz Hansen in 2011, the collection is crafted to the designer’s original specifications, including his worldwide-patented swivel joint for shade adjustability – revolutionary in 1931. Bulb (not included): 4" or shorter LED; E26 base; 25W max. UL Listed. Made in Denmark.
  • Greta Grossman Cobra Wall Sconce
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    Greta Grossman Cobra Wall Sconce
    Swedish architect and designer Greta Magnusson Grossman broke through gender barriers to embark on a prolific career. In 1940, she and her husband immigrated to the United States, where her approach to Swedish modernism struck a chord with single, professional women who felt that she understood their needs and sensibilities. She opened a store on Rodeo Drive, where her furniture and accessories quickly drew the attention of clients such as Greta Garbo, Joan Fontaine and Gracie Allen. In the 1950s, she founded her architecture office and designed 14 homes – 13 in California and one in Sweden – each one a showcase for her quietly dramatic approach. The Cobra Lamp (1950), with a profile evoking the flared hood of its namesake, has an oval shade that rotates 360 degrees to direct light where needed. This is an authentic Grossman lamp, produced to the designer’s original specifications. Bulb (not included): incandescent 40W/E12 or comparable CFL. Made in Denmark.
  • Christian Dell Kaiser-idell Tiltable Floor Lamp
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    Christian Dell Kaiser-idell Tiltable Floor Lamp
    German silversmith Christian Dell was a metalworking teacher at the Bauhaus from 1922–25. Collaborating with modernist luminaries László Moholy-Nagy and Marianne Brandt, Dell helped shape the Bauhaus approach to industrial lighting. He started designing lighting for various companies in 1926, including Gebrüder Kaiser & Co., the one that produced the first lamp in the Kaiser-idell Collection (1931). With the first part of the name being for the factory that produced it, the latter is an amalgam of Dell and idee , the German word for “idea.” Brought back into production by Fritz Hansen in 2011, the collection is crafted to the designer’s original specifications, including his worldwide-patented swivel joint for shade adjustability – revolutionary in 1931. Bulb (not included): 4" or shorter LED; E26 base; 25W max. UL Listed. Made in Denmark. Adjustable stem tilts forward and back to three positions.
  • Peter Bowles Coach Wall Light
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    Peter Bowles Coach Wall Light
    Original BTC, founded by Peter Bowles, strives “to design and produce lights that you are instantly at home with, that will fit easily and comfortably for many years to come.” Drawn to the translucency and versatility of bone china, Bowles had it in mind when designing his Coach Wall Light (2012). This light is beautifully crafted of hand-cast bone china, inspired by the coach lights found on Indian railways. Producing it involves a highly skilled, labor-intensive process that begins with raw clay and ends with biscuit firing, glazing, glossing and firing again. When lit, the china shade throws off a translucent glow for warm diffused lighting. Bulb (not included): 40W/GLS/E27. UL Listed. Made in England.
  • Charlie Bowles London Wall Light
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    Charlie Bowles London Wall Light
    After studying product design at Leeds University, British designer Charlie Bowles joined Original BTC, the lighting company founded by his father, Peter Bowles. The London Wall Light (2012) is a wall-mounted version of Charlie’s first solo lighting design, the London Table Lamp. This lamp carries on his family’s tradition “to design and produce lights that you are instantly at home with, that will fit easily and comfortably for many years to come.” Suspended from the polished chrome-plated steel arm and base, the aluminum shade is available in black or grey. A black braided cotton-covered cord is woven through the curved chrome arm for a neatly tailored finish. Every light by Original BTC has this braided cord, which was originally designed by Peter Bowles, who snipped the cord off the family iron when it gave him an idea for something better than an ordinary plastic cord. (That’s one way to get out of ironing.) Bulb (not included): 60W/GLS/E27. UL Listed. Made in England.
  • Greta Grossman Grasshopper Table Lamp
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    Greta Grossman Grasshopper Table Lamp
    Swedish architect and designer Greta Magnusson Grossman broke through gender barriers to embark on a prolific career. In 1940, she and her husband immigrated to the United States, where her approach to Swedish modernism struck a chord with single, professional women who felt that she understood their needs and sensibilities. She opened a store on Rodeo Drive, where her furniture and accessories quickly drew the attention of clients such as Greta Garbo, Joan Fontaine and Gracie Allen. In the 1950s, she founded her architecture office and designed 14 homes – 13 in California and one in Sweden – each one a showcase for her quietly dramatic approach. The Grasshopper Lamp (1948) has a lithe frame and an elongated conical shade that rotates to direct light where needed. This is an authentic Grossman lamp, produced to the designer’s original specifications. Bulb (not included): incandescent 40W/E12 or comparable CFL. Made in Denmark.
  • Poul Henningsen PH5 Pendant Lamp
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    Poul Henningsen PH5 Pendant Lamp
    Having graced the halls of universities, restaurants and libraries in Europe for decades, the PH5 Pendant Lamp is one of Poul Henningsen's most recognizable lighting designs. Constructed by Louis Poulsen, the original manufacturer since 1958, the shade comprises layers of varying sizes and shapes that direct light both horizontally and vertically. To lend further warmth to the quality of light, Henningsen ingeniously applied primary red to the interior of the inside cone and blue to the smallest reflector to absorb both light spectrums. Striking in form, but compact enough to be used in multiples, it is a versatile design statement for residential and commercial spaces. UL-listed. Bulb (not included): 200W/120V A23 incandescent. Manufactured in Denmark by Louis Poulsen.
  • Jonah Takagi Bluff City Pendant, Large
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    Jonah Takagi Bluff City Pendant, Large
    Born in Tokyo and raised in New England, Jonah Takagi earned his bachelor’s degree from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2002. Pursuing his two passions, he has spent the last decade designing furniture and playing bass guitar for several indie rock bands. Unfortunately, being on the road gave him little time to showcase his furniture, leaving him with a house full of products that no one had seen. To showcase his growing body of work, he founded Atelier Takagi in 2005. With a nod toward the Memphis movement, Takagi borrowed that American city’s nickname for his Bluff City Pendant (2009). A mix of industrial and refined aesthetics, this pendant features a bulb that is enclosed in a metal cage on the top for ambient lighting and a solid metal shade on the bottom for concentrated downward lighting. Bluff City was nominated for a Dwell magazine Modern World Award in 2011. Bulb (not included): incandescent 60W/120V/E26 medium base. UL Listed. Made in China. Cream/Copper color is a.
  • Bernard-Albin Gras Lampe Gras Model 304 Sconce Lamp
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    Bernard-Albin Gras Lampe Gras Model 304 Sconce Lamp
    Son of a draftsman and a homemaker, Bernard-Albin Gras was born in Saint-Raphaël, France, in 1886. He would become an engineer and tireless inventor who registered dozens of patents, including one for Lampe Gras (1921). A product of Gras’ passion to improve working conditions for hundreds of laborers in ordinary machine shops, research laboratories and design studios in the 1920s, this lighting solution is capable of meeting the needs of many different users. The architect Le Corbusier seized upon the design, which satisfied the demands of his ideology about the perfect object-tool: a form reduced to its pure function, free of superfluous ornament. Corbu furnished his design offices and architectural projects with Lampes Gras, and other early adopters included Eileen Gray, Man Ray and Robert Mallet-Stevens. The cast steel frames are made without screws or welded joints; all parts contribute to utmost effectiveness of the whole. Bulb (not included): LED, CFL or incandescent; E12 base; 40W max. Made in China.
  • George Nelson Associates Nelson Ball Wall Sconce
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    George Nelson Associates Nelson Ball Wall Sconce
    Architect George Nelson, who was Herman Miller’s design director from 1946 to 1972, said: “Every truly original idea seems to find its most important expression in a chair.” And then he blew the doors off lighting design. When Nelson was outfitting his office, he coveted a silk-covered Swedish hanging lamp but found it prohibitively expensive. He then recalled seeing a photo in the paper of Liberty ships being mothballed “by having the decks covered with netting and then being sprayed with a self-webbing plastic,” said Nelson. “And then, Whammo!” Inspiration struck, and by the next night, Nelson had designed his first Bubble Lamp® (1947), using a spray coating of translucent plastic polymer over a skeleton of steel wire. “When you put a light in it, it glowed.” A wide range of shapes and sizes are now available. UL Listed. Bulb (not included): incandescent 150W/120V/E26/A21 max. Made in U.S.A.
  • Jonah Takagi Bluff City Pendant, Small
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    Jonah Takagi Bluff City Pendant, Small
    Born in Tokyo and raised in New England, Jonah Takagi earned his bachelor’s degree from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2002. Pursuing his two passions, he has spent the last decade designing furniture and playing bass guitar for several indie rock bands. Unfortunately, being on the road gave him little time to showcase his furniture, leaving him with a house full of products that no one had seen. To showcase his growing body of work, he founded Atelier Takagi in 2005. With a nod toward the Memphis movement, Takagi borrowed that American city’s nickname for his Bluff City Pendant (2009). A mix of industrial and refined aesthetics, this pendant features a bulb that is enclosed in a metal cage on the top for ambient lighting and a solid metal shade on the bottom for concentrated downward lighting. Bluff City was nominated for a Dwell magazine Modern World Award in 2011. Bulb (not included): G40 incandescent 60W/120V/E26 medium base. UL Listed. Made in China. Cream/Copper color is a.
  • Bernard-Albin Gras Lampe Gras Model 205 Task Lamp
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    Bernard-Albin Gras Lampe Gras Model 205 Task Lamp
    Son of a draftsman and a homemaker, Bernard-Albin Gras was born in Saint-Raphaël, France, in 1886. He would become an engineer and tireless inventor who registered dozens of patents, including one for Lampe Gras (1921). A product of Gras’ passion to improve working conditions for hundreds of laborers in ordinary machine shops, research laboratories and design studios in the 1920s, this mobile lighting solution is capable of meeting the needs of many different users. The architect Le Corbusier seized upon the design, which satisfied the demands of his ideology about the perfect object-tool: a form reduced to its pure function, free of superfluous ornament. Corbu furnished his design offices and architectural projects with Lampes Gras, and other early adopters included Eileen Gray, Man Ray and Robert Mallet-Stevens. The cast steel frames are made without screws or welded joints; all parts contribute to utmost effectiveness of the whole. Bulb (not included): LED, CFL or incandescent; E12 base; 40W max. Made in China.
  • Bernard-Albin Gras Lampe Gras Model 215L Floor Lamp
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    Bernard-Albin Gras Lampe Gras Model 215L Floor Lamp
    Son of a draftsman and a homemaker, Bernard-Albin Gras was born in Saint-Raphaël, France, in 1886. He would become an engineer and tireless inventor who registered dozens of patents, including one for Lampe Gras (1921). A product of Gras’ passion to improve working conditions for hundreds of laborers in ordinary machine shops, research laboratories and design studios in the 1920s, this mobile lighting solution is capable of meeting the needs of many different users. The architect Le Corbusier seized upon the design, which satisfied the demands of his ideology about the perfect object-tool: a form reduced to its pure function, free of superfluous ornament. Corbu furnished his design offices and architectural projects with Lampes Gras, and other early adopters included Eileen Gray, Man Ray and Robert Mallet-Stevens. The cast steel frames are made without screws or welded joints; all parts contribute to utmost effectiveness of the whole.Bulb (not included): LED, CFL or incandescent; E12 base; 40W max. Made in China.
  • Bernard-Albin Gras Lampe Gras Model 201 Clamp Lamp
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    Bernard-Albin Gras Lampe Gras Model 201 Clamp Lamp
    Son of a draftsman and a homemaker, Bernard-Albin Gras was born in Saint-Raphaël, France, in 1886. He would become an engineer and tireless inventor who registered dozens of patents, including one for Lampe Gras (1921). A product of Gras’ passion to improve working conditions for hundreds of laborers in ordinary machine shops, research laboratories and design studios in the 1920s, this mobile lighting solution is capable of meeting the needs of many different users. The architect Le Corbusier seized upon the design, which satisfied the demands of his ideology about the perfect object-tool: a form reduced to its pure function, free of superfluous ornament. Corbu furnished his design offices and architectural projects with Lampes Gras, and other early adopters included Eileen Gray, Man Ray and Robert Mallet-Stevens. The cast steel frames are made without screws or welded joints; all parts contribute to utmost effectiveness of the whole. Bulb (not included): LED, CFL or incandescent; E12 base; 40W max. Made in China.
  • Bernard-Albin Gras Lampe Gras Model 214 Wall Lamp
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    Bernard-Albin Gras Lampe Gras Model 214 Wall Lamp
    Son of a draftsman and a homemaker, Bernard-Albin Gras was born in Saint-Raphaël, France, in 1886. He would become an engineer and tireless inventor who registered dozens of patents, including one for Lampe Gras (1921). A product of Gras’ passion to improve working conditions for hundreds of laborers in ordinary machine shops, research laboratories and design studios in the 1920s, this mobile lighting solution is capable of meeting the needs of many different users. The architect Le Corbusier seized upon the design, which satisfied the demands of his ideology about the perfect object-tool: a form reduced to its pure function, free of superfluous ornament. Corbu furnished his design offices and architectural projects with Lampes Gras, and other early adopters included Eileen Gray, Man Ray and Robert Mallet-Stevens. The cast steel frames are made without screws or welded joints; all parts contribute to utmost effectiveness of the whole. Bulb (not included): LED, CFL or incandescent; E12 base; 40W max. Made in China.
  • Michele De Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina Tolomeo Micro Lamp
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    Michele De Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina Tolomeo Micro Lamp
    Rather than develop his career within a single design discipline – be it industrial, furniture, interior, lighting or architectural design – Michele De Lucchi chose to move freely among them all, creating door pulls for Valli Colombo, laptops for Olivetti and tape dispensers for Pelikan while designing banks in Germany and apartment buildings in Japan. His Tolomeo Lamp (1987), designed in collaboration with Artemide’s R&D department head Giancarlo Fassina, was honored with the Compasso d’Oro Award in 1989, earning worldwide recognition for its perfect marriage of design and engineering. Since then, the Tolomeo Collection has grown to include an assortment of sizes and styles, each one beginning with a heavy base and ending with a pivoting shade. In between, the multi-armed body is fully adjustable, with steel tension cables providing infinite positions in which the lamp can be held. Bulb (included): incandescent 60W/E12/G16.5. UL Listed. Made in Italy.
  • Theo Richardson, Charles Brill and Alexander Williams Rich Brilliant Willing LED Table Lamp
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    Theo Richardson, Charles Brill and Alexander Williams Rich Brilliant Willing LED Table Lamp
    “Modern is, was and will always be clever. In that spirit today, intelligence remains at the core,” says Theo Richardson, who, together with Alexander Williams and Charles Brill, founded New York-based design studio Rich Brilliant Willing (a pithy blending of surnames – Richardson, Brill and Williams) in 2007. RBW has quickly gained recognition for its cerebral designs, which emphasize the exploration of form, reinventing familiar objects with basic. Similarly, composition of each part of the Rich Brilliant Willing LED Table Lamp (2012) is based on its application. A wooden rectangular-prism shade adds warmth at the light source; a tubular steel arm lends strength and a twist – at the tip, an audio jack allows the shade to rotate 360 degrees – and a steel disc at the base provides support. Ships flat. Simple assembly required. ETL Listed. Bulb (included): LED. Total power consumption 9 watts. Made in China.
  • David Weeks Pearson Clip Lamp
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    David Weeks Pearson Clip Lamp
    David Weeks graduated from Rhode Island School of Design, where he studied painting and sculpture. Early in his career, his lighting was noticed by Ralph Pucci, who pushed him to keep working with evocative. Since then, Weeks has designed award-winning lighting, furniture and retail projects for Barneys, Kate Spade, W Hotels and, of course, Design Within Reach. In 2003, he was featured in Cooper-Hewitt's National Design Triennial: Inside Design Now, in which his work was described as "evoking the organic modernism of Charles and Ray Eames." Weeks designed the Pearson (2012) just for us, optimizing the ubiquitous clip lamp to have a more considered profile and interesting mix of. Bulb (not included): incandescent 40W. Made in China. The rubber-padded clamp rings are different sizes for better stability. The asymmetry of the shade is a Weeks' signature, his work is always unexpected and organic.
  • Theo Richardson, Charles Brill and Alexander Williams Rich Brilliant Willing LED Floor Lamp
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    Theo Richardson, Charles Brill and Alexander Williams Rich Brilliant Willing LED Floor Lamp
    “Modern is, was and will always be clever. In that spirit today, intelligence remains at the core,” says Theo Richardson, who, together with Alexander Williams and Charles Brill, founded New York-based design studio Rich Brilliant Willing (a pithy blending of surnames – Richardson, Brill and Williams) in 2007. RBW has quickly gained recognition for its cerebral designs, which emphasize the exploration of form, reinventing familiar objects with basic. Similarly, composition of each part of the Rich Brilliant Willing LED Floor Lamp (2012) is based on its application. A wooden rectangular-prism shade adds warmth at the light source; a tubular steel arm lends strength and a twist – at the tip, an audio jack allows the shade to rotate 360 degrees – and a steel disc at the base provides support. Ships flat. Simple assembly required. ETL Listed. Bulb (included): LED. Total power consumption 9 watts. Made in China.
  • Jasper Morrison Glo-Ball Mini T Table Lamp
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    Jasper Morrison Glo-Ball Mini T Table Lamp
    A new take on a hanging glass globe, Jasper Morrison created his Glo-Ball series of lamps for Flos (1998) to provide a range of blown glass globes for almost every imaginable situation. The latest addition to the series is the Glo-Ball Mini T Table Lamp (2003) in a compact 4" size that encourages grouping in multiples. Featuring a clean, geometric appearance, the Glo-Ball Mini is crafted with hand-blown opaline glass that's externally acid etched and flashed for a pristine surface that evenly diffuses warm glowing light. Bulb (included): halogen 25W/T4/G9 or comparable CFL/LED. Made in U.S.A.
  • Tube Top Table Lamp - Medium
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    Tube Top Table Lamp - Medium
    Inspired by the simplicity and utility found in a pair of serving tongs, designer Peter Stathis created his Tube Top Lamp (2006). The satisfying composition features a transparent acrylic base that supports a lightweight mesh shade held in place by tension. The effect is that of a floating form over a barely visible base, tethered only by a fabric-covered cord. The Tube Top Lamp is available in a scale that encourages mixing sizes for an interesting display. Bulb (included): one white incandescent 60W/120V/G16.5/candelabra base. Made in U.S.A. White shade with charcoal base option is On/off full-range dimmer. Stathis’ work is included in the permanent collections of the Cranbrook Art Museum, the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum and MoMA in New York.
  • Peter Bowles Hector Pendant 1
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    Peter Bowles Hector Pendant 1
    Drawn to the translucency and versatility of bone china, Peter Bowles saw an opportunity to create something other than tableware with this time-honored material. The result is his Hector Collection (1992), which is beautifully crafted of hand-cast bone china. Creating these lights involves a highly skilled, labor-intensive process that begins with raw clay and ends with biscuit firing, glazing, glossing and firing again. When lit, these china shades have a translucent glow that allows for warm diffused light. Attention to detail is at the heart of every Original BTC collection, right down to the braided cord, which was designed by Peter and can be found on every light his company makes. The Hector Collection is UL Listed and suitable for contract use. Bulb (not included): 40W/GLS/E26. Made in England.
  • Nelson Cigar Pendant - Small
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    Nelson Cigar Pendant - Small
    Trained as an architect, George Nelson found a fresh solution to lighting design in the organic forms of his "bubble" lamps. The lamps were produced in 1952 by spray coating a skeleton of steel wire with a layer of translucent plastic that allowed light to shine softly through and protected the eye from glare. The tautly stretched plastic emphasizes the simple forms and sculptural qualities of the lamps. UL-listed. Bulb not included: Incandescent 150W/120V/E26/A21. Made in U.S.A.
  • Tobia Scarpa and Afra Bianchin Scarpa Foglio
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    Tobia Scarpa and Afra Bianchin Scarpa Foglio
    Italian designers Tobia and Afra Scarpa started their careers working with glass in Murano in 1958. As their reputation for innovative design grew, they received commissions for products from Knoll®, Cassina and other notable manufacturers, as well as architecture and interior design projects for companies like Benetton. In 1960, they began working with Achille Castiglioni as lighting designers for Flos, and it was during that time that they designed their Foglio Wall Lamp (1966). This sleek steel composition wraps around the bulbs like a folio of paper, resulting in a combination of direct and indirect lighting from a light source that’s nicely concealed. Tobia and Afra Scarpa have won many awards including the Compasso d’Oro, and their work is included in the permanent collections of museums worldwide. Bulbs (2): 100W/120V/A19 Medium.
  • Philippe Starck Miss K Table Lamp
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    Philippe Starck Miss K Table Lamp
    Philippe Starck's Miss K Table Lamp (2003) has fast become Flos Lighting's best-selling product for its functionality-based dual aesthetic. When unlit, the polycarbonate lampshade shows subtle detail with a dark metallic tint. When lit, the lamp appears almost like an x-ray, with the bulb starkly visible behind the now-clear illuminated shade. The fluid pedestal base of the lamp is clear at all times. An on-cord dimmer takes the light from 0-100% luminosity for an atmospheric glow to a reading-appropriate brightness. The lamp's compact scale is suited to small tables and busy worktops. Bulb (included): halogen 100W/120V/E26/T10. Made in Italy by Flos.
  • Pablo Pardo Lim L Floor Lamp
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    Pablo Pardo Lim L Floor Lamp
    The ultra slim LIM (2009), aka light in motion, LED floor light by San Francisco-based Pablo Pardo is elemental in structure yet provides multiple configurations for residential, workspace and hospitality applications. Its refined and elegant arm attaches via a magnet and conceals an array of high-powered LEDs, which create a brilliant yet warm white light source. This sustainable lighting solution employs minimal material while offering a high level of light control and energy efficiency. Bulbs (included): 3300K high-output LED array with optical diffusing film. Made in China. Optional add-on LED arm can be ordered separately. Reposition arms to achieve different heights and tilt adjustment as needed. High/low/off touch control. Detachable power adaptor. Awards include 2009 Best of NeoCon® Silver and iF 2010 Product Design Award. LEDs have a life span of up to 50,000 hours and are 85% more efficient than incandescent lamps. 2010 California Energy Mandate compliant.
  • George Nelson and Associates Nelson Cigar Table Lamp
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    George Nelson and Associates Nelson Cigar Table Lamp
    Architect George Nelson, who was Herman Miller’s design director from 1946 to 1972, said: “Every truly original idea seems to find its most important expression in a chair.” And then he blew the doors off lighting design. When Nelson was outfitting his office, he coveted a silk-covered Swedish hanging lamp but found it prohibitively expensive. He then recalled seeing a photo in the paper of Liberty ships being mothballed “by having the decks covered with netting and then being sprayed with a self-webbing plastic,” said Nelson. “And then, Whammo!” Inspiration struck, and by the next night, Nelson had designed his first Bubble Lamp® (1947), using a spray coating of translucent plastic polymer over a skeleton of steel wire. “When you put a light in it, it glowed.” A wide range of shapes and sizes are now available. UL Listed. Bulb (not included): incandescent 150W/120V/E26/A21 max. Made in U.S.A.
  • George Nelson Associates Nelson Cigar Wall Sconce
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    George Nelson Associates Nelson Cigar Wall Sconce
    Architect George Nelson, who was Herman Miller’s design director from 1946 to 1972, said: “Every truly original idea seems to find its most important expression in a chair.” And then he blew the doors off lighting design. When Nelson was outfitting his office, he coveted a silk-covered Swedish hanging lamp but found it prohibitively expensive. He then recalled seeing a photo in the paper of Liberty ships being mothballed “by having the decks covered with netting and then being sprayed with a self-webbing plastic,” said Nelson. “And then, Whammo!” Inspiration struck, and by the next night, Nelson had designed his first Bubble Lamp® (1947), using a spray coating of translucent plastic polymer over a skeleton of steel wire. “When you put a light in it, it glowed.” A wide range of shapes and sizes are now available. UL Listed. Bulb (not included): incandescent 150W/120V/E26/A21 max. Made in U.S.A.
  • Satellite Sconce
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    Satellite Sconce
    In 1957, The Soviet Union launched the world's first man-made object to orbit the earth. The satellite was about the size of a beach ball, had whisker-like long antennas extending from one side and each of its 1440 elliptical orbits around the Earth took about 98 minutes. Its launch marked the start of the Space Age, led directly to the creation of National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and kicked off a worldwide fascination with space travel. It also inspired a design aesthetic based on these rocket-propelled devices, which brought new shapes to furniture, lighting and other household items. Our Satellite collection (2010) – while not constructed of hermetically sealed aluminum-magnesium-titanium, as the Soviets' satellite was – captures the spirit and design ethos of the time. The Satellite Sconce has 12 arms. UL Listed. Bulbs (not included): 12 x 25W candelabra. Made in China. This Sconce can also be used as a flush mount ceiling fixture.
  • Davey Lighting Bulkhead Light, Large
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    Davey Lighting Bulkhead Light, Large
    Originally known as Davey & Co., the company was established in 1885 and has roots dating back to the shipyards of 19th-century London. Its clients back then were the marine merchants operating out of London's West India Docks, whose ships were outfitted with Davey lighting. These iconic lights graced the decks of many of history's best-known vessels, including, it is said, the Titanic and HMS Ark Royal. As the demand for navigation aids declined over the years, the interest in Davey's industrial modern aesthetic increased among architects and designers, and the company continued to thrive. However, the challenges facing British manufacturing brought the threat of closure and an overseas move, until Peter Bowles stepped in. He purchased the company, which is now based in Oxford, England, and is proud to have a team that includes Tim James, whose grandfather joined Davey & Co in 1897. As part Original BTC, which Peter Bowles founded, Davey Lighting now supplies marine, industrial and decorative lighting to residential and contract customers – making Davey available to the public (instead of only to the trade) for the first time. All components are handcrafted by small specialist UK suppliers according to centuries-old traditions. Bulbs (not included), small: 60W/GLS/E26; large: 75W/GLS/E26. Made in England. Front guards secured by three wing nuts.
  • Davey Lighting Oval Bulkhead Light, Large
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    Davey Lighting Oval Bulkhead Light, Large
    Originally known as Davey & Co., the company was established in 1885 and has roots dating back to the shipyards of 19th-century London. Its clients back then were the marine merchants operating out of London's West India Docks, and Davey Lights graced the decks of many of history's best-known vessels, including, it is said, the Titanic. Architects and designers have been long-time fans of Davey's Bulkhead Light (1970s), and satisfying the needs of this market helped the company continue to thrive. When manufacturing challenges brought the threat of closure, Peter Bowles stepped in and purchased the company. As part Original BTC, which Bowles founded, Davey Lighting now supplies marine, industrial and decorative lighting to residential and contract customers – making Davey available to the public (instead of only to the trade) for the first time. All components are handcrafted by small specialist suppliers according to centuries-old traditions. Bulbs (not included), small: 40W/GLS/E26; medium: 75W/GLS/E26; large: 100W/GLS/E26. Made in England. Front guards secured by four wing nuts.
  • Antonio Citterio and Toan Nguyen Kelvin LED Table Lamp
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    Antonio Citterio and Toan Nguyen Kelvin LED Table Lamp
    Architect and designer Antonio Citterio has developed hotels, offices and residences worldwide, while also producing furniture and accessories for companies like Vitra and Flos. His Kelvin LED Table Lamp (2010) is a smart solution that gives you warm, soft light from an energy-efficient light source. The quality of light, and the large spread it provides, is surprising for an LED lamp, which is why we’re excited to bring Kelvin into our assortment. This lamp is designed with a double pantograph arm and a 359-degree swiveling head, which includes LEDs and a diffuser. The entire structure – from the slender, square head to the base – is made of square tube in extruded aluminum alloy. Stainless steel springs and steel cables allow you to position Kelvin to suit the task at hand. Made in Italy. The best of both worlds: warm, soft light and energy-efficient LEDs. Swiveling head contains 30 LEDs (total power consumption 8.4 watts). ON/OFF switch is built into the diffuser head. Using special Flostouch technology, this switch needs only a slight touch to turn the lamp on or off, or toggle between two levels of light intensity.
  • Greta Grossman Cobra Table Lamp
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    Greta Grossman Cobra Table Lamp
    Swedish architect and designer Greta Magnusson Grossman broke through gender barriers to embark on a prolific career. In 1940, she and her husband immigrated to the United States, where her approach to Swedish modernism struck a chord with single, professional women who felt that she understood their needs and sensibilities. She opened a store on Rodeo Drive, where her furniture and accessories quickly drew the attention of clients such as Greta Garbo, Joan Fontaine and Gracie Allen. In the 1950s, she founded her architecture office and designed 14 homes – 13 in California and one in Sweden – each one a showcase for her quietly dramatic approach. The Cobra Lamp (1950), with a profile evoking the flared hood of its namesake, has a flexible tubular arm and an oval shade that rotates 360 degrees to direct light where needed. This is an authentic Grossman lamp, produced to the designer’s original specifications. Bulb (not included): incandescent 40W/E12 or comparable CFL. Made in Denmark.
  • Michele De Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina Tolomeo LED Desk Lamp
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    Michele De Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina Tolomeo LED Desk Lamp
    Rather than develop his career within a single design discipline – be it industrial, furniture, interior, lighting or architectural design – Michele De Lucchi chose to move freely among them all, creating door pulls for Valli Colombo, laptops for Olivetti and tape dispensers for Pelikan while designing banks in Germany and apartment buildings in Japan. His Tolomeo Lamp (1987), designed in collaboration with Artemide’s R&D department head Giancarlo Fassina, was honored with the Compasso d’Oro Award in 1989, earning worldwide recognition for its perfect marriage of design and engineering. Since then, the Tolomeo Collection has grown to include an assortment of sizes and styles, including the LED Desk Lamp launched in 2009. The Tolomeo Lamp begins with a heavy base and ends with a pivoting shade. In between, the multi-armed body is fully adjustable, with steel tension cables providing infinite positions in which the lamp can be held. Bulbs (included): five 10W LED. UL Listed. Made in Italy. The classic Tolomeo with an energy-efficient LED. Rotating diffuser features a touch dimmer.
  • Jasper Morrison Glo-Ball S1 Suspension Lamp
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    Jasper Morrison Glo-Ball S1 Suspension Lamp
    An innovative take on a hanging glass globe, Jasper Morrison created his Glo-Ball series of lamps for Flos (1998) to provide a range of blown-glass globes for almost every imaginable situation. Featuring a clean, geometric appearance, the Glo-Ball S1 Suspension Lamp is crafted with hand-blown opaline glass that’s externally acid etched and flashed for a pristine surface that evenly diffuses warm glowing light. A steel suspension cable, with a maximum length of 145", gives this Pendant the illusion of floating in air. Bulb (not included): halogen 150W/E27. UL Listed. Made in Italy.
  • Peter Stathis Tube Top Floor Lamp
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    Peter Stathis Tube Top Floor Lamp
    Inspired by the simplicity and utility found in a pair of serving tongs, designer Peter Stathis created his Tube Top Lamp (2006). The satisfying composition features a transparent acrylic base that supports a lightweight mesh shade held in place by tension. The effect is that of a floating form over a barely visible base, tethered only by a fabric-covered cord. Bulb (included): one white incandescent 60W/120V/G16.5/candelabra base. Made in U.S.A. White shade with charcoal base option is On/off full-range dimmer. Stathis’ work is included in the permanent collections of the Cranbrook Art Museum, the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum and MoMA in New York.
  • Jasper Morrison Glo-Ball T1 Table Lamp
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    Jasper Morrison Glo-Ball T1 Table Lamp
    An innovative take on a hanging glass globe, Jasper Morrison created his Glo-Ball series of lamps for Flos (1998) to provide a range of blown-glass globes for almost every imaginable situation. Featuring a clean, geometric appearance, the Glo-Ball T1 Table Lamp is crafted with hand-blown opaline glass that's externally acid etched and flashed for a pristine surface that evenly diffuses warm glowing light. With a grey fabric-covered power cord and silver painted stem discreetly supporting the diffuser, the Table Lamp gives the illusion of floating in air. A continuous 0-100% dimmer allows for instant adjustment of light intensity. Bulb (included): halogen 100W/T8/E26 or comparable CFL/LED. Made in U.S.A.
  • Cellula Wall Sconce
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    Cellula Wall Sconce
    More than a century old, Swarovski® is the leader in precision-cut crystal, which has a much higher refractive index than standard glass, resulting in a more sparkling illumination. Our Cellula Wall Sconce (2010) shows off the beauty of these exquisitely cut, full leaded, faceted crystals, without being fussy or overbearing. By refracting the light of the bulbs through these crystal pendants, the quality of light stays bright and warm, appropriate for lighting an entryway, dining table or counter space. The crystals can be arranged as desired, simply by shifting them from groove to groove along the aluminum rod. UL Listed. Bulbs (not included): 3 x 15W candelabra torpedos. Fixture made in China; crystals made in Austria.
  • Davey Lighting Cargo Light
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    Davey Lighting Cargo Light
    Originally known as Davey & Co., the company was established in 1885 and has roots dating back to the shipyards of 19th-century London. Its clients back then were the marine merchants operating out of London's West India Docks, and Davey Lights graced the decks of many of history's best-known vessels, including, it is said, the Titanic. Architects and designers have been long-time fans of Davey's industrial aesthetic, like their Cargo Light (1920s), and satisfying the needs of this market helped the company continue to thrive. When manufacturing challenges brought the threat of closure, Peter Bowles stepped in and purchased the company. As part Original BTC, which Bowles founded, Davey Lighting now supplies marine, industrial and decorative lighting to residential and contract customers – making Davey available to the public (instead of only to the trade) for the first time. All components are handcrafted by small specialist suppliers according to centuries-old traditions. Bulbs (not included) 6 x 40W/GLS/E26. Made in England. This light is supplied as standard with 1.5 meters of cable, chain and a ceiling hook plate. Six-bulb cluster.
  • Jasper Morrison Glo-Ball F1 Floor Lamp
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    Jasper Morrison Glo-Ball F1 Floor Lamp
    An innovative take on a hanging glass globe, Jasper Morrison created his Glo-Ball series of lamps for Flos (1998) to provide a range of blown-glass globes for almost every imaginable situation. Like the rest of the series, the Glo-Ball F1 Floor Lamp is crafted with hand-blown opaline glass that's externally acid etched and flashed for a pristine surface that evenly diffuses warm glowing light. With a grey fabric-covered power cord and silver painted steel stem discreetly supporting the diffuser, the F1 gives the illusion of floating in air. A continuous 0-100% dimmer on the cord allows for instant adjustment of light intensity. UL listed. Bulb (included): halogen 150W/T10/E26 or comparable CFL/LED. Made in U.S.A.
  • Greta Grossman Grasshopper Floor Lamp
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    Greta Grossman Grasshopper Floor Lamp
    Swedish architect and designer Greta Magnusson Grossman broke through gender barriers to embark on a prolific career. In 1940, she and her husband immigrated to the United States, where her approach to Swedish modernism struck a chord with single, professional women who felt that she understood their needs and sensibilities. She opened a store on Rodeo Drive, where her furniture and accessories quickly drew the attention of clients such as Greta Garbo, Joan Fontaine and Gracie Allen. In the 1950s, she founded her architecture office and designed 14 homes – 13 in California and one in Sweden – each one a showcase for her quietly dramatic approach. The Grasshopper Lamp (1948) has a lithe frame and an elongated conical shade that rotates to direct light where needed. This is an authentic Grossman lamp, produced to the designer’s original specifications. Bulb (not included): incandescent 40W/E12 or comparable CFL. Made in Denmark. Matte White is a.
  • Jason Miller Modo Sconce
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    Jason Miller Modo Sconce
    For his simple and innovative lighting, Jason Miller draws on everyday aspects of American culture, transforming them into something surprising and beautiful. For his Modo Sconce (2009), Miller was inspired by off-the-shelf industrial parts like those found on Canal Street, not far from his Brooklyn studio. “We have re-engineered inexpensive parts that are made by the thousands in China or India,” says Miller about the piece’s manufacturing. “Modo’s parts are made by high-end machine shops here in America that typically work for the airline industry. While the inspiration is a bit banal, it is now a very sophisticated product.” The sconce’s components are painstakingly engineered and custom CNC-milled from solid aluminum. Bulb (not included): incandescent half-silver globe 25W/G25/E26. UL and CUL Listed. Made in U.S.A. The Modo Collection features hand-blown glass globes with slight variances in shape and color, which make each piece unique.
  • Arne Jacobsen AJ Table Lamp
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    Arne Jacobsen AJ Table Lamp
    Arne Jacobsen created his AJ Lamp (1960) to echo the oblique angles of his Series 3300 furniture, which included the Egg™ Chair and the Swan™ Chair. The heavy cast iron base of the lamp is a sloped wedge with a circular cutout that was originally designed to hold an ashtray, but is equally successful left empty, as it mirrors the shape of circles and cylinders found throughout the series. To maximize the lamp's functionality as a reading light, Jacobsen created a shade that tilts up or down, directing maximum light to where it's needed. Like the Swan and Egg chairs, the AJ Lamp was designed for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, for which Jacobsen designed every element, from the skyscraper structure to the stainless steel cutlery. Switch in lamp stand. In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the launch of the AJ lighting family, new hues were introduced after being carefully chosen from an updated Jacobsen color concept. UL listed. Bulb (not included): incandescent 60W/A55 frosted/E27.
  • Jasper Morrison Glo-Ball F2 Floor Lamp
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    Jasper Morrison Glo-Ball F2 Floor Lamp
    An innovative take on a hanging glass globe, Jasper Morrison created his Glo-Ball series of lamps for Flos (1998) to provide a range of blown-glass globes for almost every imaginable situation. Like the rest of the series, the Glo-Ball F1 Floor Lamp is crafted with hand-blown opaline glass that's externally acid etched and flashed for a pristine surface that evenly diffuses warm glowing light. With a grey fabric-covered power cord and silver painted steel stem discreetly supporting the diffuser, the F1 gives the illusion of floating in air. A continuous 0-100% dimmer on the cord allows for instant adjustment of light intensity. UL listed. Bulb (included): halogen 100W/T8/E26 or comparable CFL/LED. Made in U.S.A.
  • Achille Castiglioni Fucsia Pendant Lamp 3
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    Achille Castiglioni Fucsia Pendant Lamp 3
    From the master of modern lighting comes a light source within a reversed glass cone that provides both diffused and direct light over a dining table or desk. The blown-glass cone is sand-blasted at the edge to avoid glare and finished with a translucent silicone ring to protect cones from movement. Modular design allows installation as a single pendant or as a composition of cones whose shape recalls the flower for which the lamp is named. UL-listed. Bulb included: Incandescent 40W/120V/E14/R50.
  • Charlie Bowles London Table Lamp
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    Charlie Bowles London Table Lamp
    After studying product design at Leeds University, British designer Charlie Bowles joined Original BTC, the lighting company founded by his father, Peter Bowles. The London Table Lamp (2010) was Charlie’s first solo lighting design. This lamp carries on his family’s tradition “to design and produce lights that you are instantly at home with, that will fit easily and comfortably for many years to come.” Suspended from the polished chrome-plated steel arm and base, the aluminum shade is available in black, grey or yellow. A braided cotton-covered cord matching the shade color is woven through the curved chrome arm for a neatly tailored finish. Every light by Original BTC has this braided cord, which was originally designed by Peter Bowles, who snipped the cord off the family iron when it gave him an idea for something better than an ordinary plastic cord. (That’s one way to get out of ironing.) Bulb (not included): 40W/GLS/E26. UL Listed. Made in England.
  • Michele De Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina Tolomeo Double Suspension Lamp, 10" Shades
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    Michele De Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina Tolomeo Double Suspension Lamp, 10" Shades
    Rather than develop his career within a single design discipline – be it industrial, furniture, interior, lighting or architectural design – Michele De Lucchi chose to move freely among them all, creating door pulls for Valli Colombo, laptops for Olivetti and tape dispensers for Pelikan while designing banks in Germany and apartment buildings in Japan. His Tolomeo Lamp (1987), designed in collaboration with Artemide’s R&D department head Giancarlo Fassina, was honored with the Compasso d’Oro Award in 1989, earning worldwide recognition for its perfect marriage of design and engineering. Since then, the Tolomeo Collection has grown to include an assortment of sizes and styles. The Double Suspension Lamp features adjustable arms and shades on a telescoping stem to accommodate a range of ceiling heights. It mounts to a standard electrical junction box. Bulbs (not included): two incandescent 150W/E26/G40. UL Listed. Made in Italy.
  • Peter Bowles Hector Wall Sconce
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    Peter Bowles Hector Wall Sconce
    Drawn to the translucency and versatility of bone china, Peter Bowles saw an opportunity to create something other than tableware with this time-honored material. The result is his Hector Collection (1992), which is beautifully crafted of hand-cast bone china. Creating these lights involves a highly skilled, labor-intensive process that begins with raw clay and ends with biscuit firing, glazing, glossing and firing again. When lit, these china shades have a translucent glow that allows for warm diffused light, and the pivoting shades allow you to direct the light as you wish. Attention to detail is at the heart of every Original BTC collection, right down to the braided cord, which was designed by Peter and can be found on every light his company makes. The Hector Collection is UL Listed and suitable for contract use. Bulb (not included): 40W/GLS/E26. Made in England.
  • Jeremy Pyles Pod Pendant
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    Jeremy Pyles Pod Pendant
    The unique, sexy and subtle Pod Pendant (2004) is the work of Jeremy Pyles for Niche Modern, a company that happened a bit by accident. When opening a homewares store in SoHo, Jeremy Pyles and Mary Welch were unable to find lights that satisfied their “super picky sensibilities.” Then Jeremy saw a man selling blown glass vases out of the back of his truck. The glass designer wasn’t sure he could create the shape Jeremy was looking for – telling him that “glass is not meant to curve in on itself” – but the two of them kept at it, eventually creating three pendants to light the front of the Niche store. The lights weren’t for sale, but customers kept asking for them and a new business was soon born. Made in U.S.A. Pod Pendants are partially hand-blown and partially made in a mold, and no two are exactly the same (like snowflakes). The result is a play of light and dark, strength and delicateness, simple lines and lush colors. The fixture is designed around the shape of the bulb (included): a tubular dimmable incandescent 120V/75W, which Jeremy selected after studying 30 or more bulbs.
  • Jeremy Pyles Sola 36 Chandelier
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    Jeremy Pyles Sola 36 Chandelier
    In 2003, while opening their homewares store Niche in SoHo, Jeremy Pyles and Mary Welch were unable to find lights that satisfied their “super picky sensibilities.” Taking matters into his own hands, Pyles designed the subtly sexy hand-blown Stamen Pendant, and Niche Modern was born. Fast-forward several years later, and we now have his Sola 36 Chandelier (2009), which takes obvious styling cues from the original Stamen. This chandelier features a carefully handcrafted aluminum canopy and five hand-blown glass globes with Edison light bulbs for a nostalgic touch that juxtaposes nicely with the piece’s decidedly modern feel. Like snowflakes, no two of these chandeliers are alike. Specify 36-, 48- or 60-inch overall height when ordering. Bulbs (included): 40W Edison incandescent. Made in U.S.A.
  • Pablo Pardo Lim L Table Lamp
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    Pablo Pardo Lim L Table Lamp
    The ultra slim LIM (2009), aka light in motion, LED task light by San Francisco-based Pablo Pardo is elemental in structure yet provides multiple configurations for residential, workspace and hospitality applications. Its refined and elegant arm attaches via a magnet and conceals an array of high-powered LEDs, which create a brilliant yet warm white light source. This sustainable lighting solution employs minimal material while offering a high level of light control and energy efficiency. Bulbs (included): 3300K high output LED array with optical diffusing film. Made in China. Magnetic attachment allows for variable height and tilt adjustment. High/low/off touch control. Detachable power adaptor. Awards include 2009 Best of NeoCon® Silver and iF 2010 Product Design Award. LEDs have a life span of up to 50,000 hours and are 85% more efficient than incandescent lamps. 2010 California Energy Mandate compliant.
  • Michele De Lucchi and Gerhard Reichert Logico Single Ceiling
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    Michele De Lucchi and Gerhard Reichert Logico Single Ceiling
    Handblown glass is given a curvaceous, organic form in the Logico Collection (2002), designed by Michele De Lucchi and Gerhard Reichert. Available in an assortment of styles, Logico’s neutralcan suit interiors from modern to traditional. Works singly or in multiples. Satined glass shade offers diffuse light. Wall plate mounts to a standard junction box. Bulb (not included): one 150W/E26/A21W (or one 150W/E26/G40W). UL listed.
  • Verner Panton Fun 1 Pendant
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    Verner Panton Fun 1 Pendant
    Most people are familiar with Danish designer Verner Panton for his S-shaped chair and op-art environments, but his Fun Lamps (1964) are equally iconoclastic. One of the most sought-after modern lighting designs at auction today, the Fun Lamps give modernism a decorative dimension without being cute – think of them as functional jewelry for interiors. The cascading design is composed of hand-cut mother of pearl discs, which make wonderful musical sounds when stirred by a breeze. These lamps have an ethereal presence, with light shining through the discs to produce a warm, opulent glow. Bulb (not included): incandescent E26. Made in Denmark. Each lamp is stamped with Panton's signature and comes with a certificate of authenticity. UL Listed and suitable for commercial use. Ships flat to avoid tangling; assembly required.
  • Peter Bowles Hector Table Lamp
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    Peter Bowles Hector Table Lamp
    Drawn to the translucency and versatility of bone china, Peter Bowles saw an opportunity to create something other than tableware with this time-honored material. The result is his Hector Collection (1992), which is beautifully crafted of hand-cast bone china. Creating these lights involves a highly skilled, labor-intensive process that begins with raw clay and ends with biscuit firing, glazing, glossing and firing again. When lit, these china shades have a translucent glow that allows for warm diffused light, and the pivoting shades allow you to direct the light as you wish. Attention to detail is at the heart of every Original BTC collection, right down to the braided cord, which was designed by Peter and can be found on every light his company makes. The Hector Collection is UL Listed and suitable for contract use. Bulb (not included): 40W/GLS/E27. Made in England.
  • Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby Tab Table Lamp
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    Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby Tab Table Lamp
    The Tab Table Lamp (2007) is the work of the award-winning British design team of Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby. Known for their ability to blend design integrity, substance and modernity, the designers have brought their know-how to a variety of industries over the last decade, designing everything from lighting and furniture to restaurants, drink bottles and electronics. The two met while studying architecture at The Royal College of Art in London, and they established Barber & Osgerby in 1996. They designed the Tab Table Lamp to have a die-cast aluminum body and a porcelain reflector that pivots, allowing you to direct the light where you need it most. Bulb: 14-LED 5W/120V, 3000K, 425 lm, CRI 80.
  • George Nelson Associates Nelson Saucer Wall Sconce
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    George Nelson Associates Nelson Saucer Wall Sconce
    Architect George Nelson, who was Herman Miller’s design director from 1946 to 1972, said: “Every truly original idea seems to find its most important expression in a chair.” And then he blew the doors off lighting design. When Nelson was outfitting his office, he coveted a silk-covered Swedish hanging lamp but found it prohibitively expensive. He then recalled seeing a photo in the paper of Liberty ships being mothballed “by having the decks covered with netting and then being sprayed with a self-webbing plastic,” said Nelson. “And then, Whammo!” Inspiration struck, and by the next night, Nelson had designed his first Bubble Lamp® (1947), using a spray coating of translucent plastic polymer over a skeleton of steel wire. “When you put a light in it, it glowed.” A wide range of shapes and sizes are now available. UL Listed. Bulb (not included): incandescent 60W/120V/E26/A19 max. Made in U.S.A.
  • Peter Bowles Hector Pendant 4
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    Peter Bowles Hector Pendant 4
    Drawn to the translucency and versatility of bone china, Peter Bowles saw an opportunity to create something other than tableware with this time-honored material. The result is his Hector Collection (1992), which is beautifully crafted of hand-cast bone china. Creating these lights involves a highly skilled, labor-intensive process that begins with raw clay and ends with biscuit firing, glazing, glossing and firing again. When lit, these china shades have a translucent glow that allows for warm diffused light. Attention to detail is at the heart of every Original BTC collection, right down to the braided cord, which was designed by Peter and can be found on every light his company makes. The Hector Collection is UL Listed and suitable for contract use. Bulb (not included): 100W/GLS/E26. Made in England.
  • Tripod Floor Lamp
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    Tripod Floor Lamp
    The Tripod Floor Lamp (2008), with its satisfying proportions and refined details, has all the potential of a classic. Its cord is coyly hidden down one leg, for an uninterrupted line. Three thin legs, each with a rubber glide at its base, support a perfectly balanced fabric shade. The shade is neatly sewn with flat, finished seams and its punched metal diffuser simultaneously softens and reflects the light. The clear cord has a foot-controlled, full-range dimmer. Simple assembly required. Bulbs (not included): three incandescent 60W/120V/E26/A19.
  • Michele De Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina Tolomeo Mega Floor Lamp, Black Finish
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    Michele De Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina Tolomeo Mega Floor Lamp, Black Finish
    Rather than develop his career within a single design discipline – be it industrial, furniture, interior, lighting or architectural design – Michele De Lucchi chose to move freely among them all, creating door pulls for Valli Colombo, laptops for Olivetti and tape dispensers for Pelikan while designing banks in Germany and apartment buildings in Japan. His Tolomeo Lamp (1987), designed in collaboration with Artemide’s R&D department head Giancarlo Fassina, was honored with the Compasso d’Oro Award in 1989, earning worldwide recognition for its perfect marriage of design and engineering. Since then, the Tolomeo Collection has grown to include an assortment of sizes and styles, including the Mega Floor Lamp launched in 2002. The Tolomeo Lamp begins with a heavy base and ends with a pivoting shade. In between, the multi-armed body is fully adjustable, with steel tension cables providing infinite positions in which the lamp can be held. Bulb (not included): incandescent 150W/E26/G40. UL Listed. Made in Italy.
  • Verner Panton Fun 1 Table Lamp
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    Verner Panton Fun 1 Table Lamp
    Most people are familiar with Danish designer Verner Panton for his S-shaped chair and op-art environments, but his Fun Lamps (1964) are equally iconoclastic. One of the most sought-after modern lighting designs at auction today, the Fun Lamps give modernism a decorative dimension without being cute – think of them as functional jewelry for interiors. The cascading design is composed of hand-cut mother of pearl discs, which make wonderful musical sounds when stirred by a breeze. These lamps have an ethereal presence, with light shining through the discs to produce a warm, opulent glow. Bulb (not included): incandescent E26. Made in Denmark. Each lamp is stamped with Panton’s signature and comes with a certificate of authenticity. UL listed and suitable for commercial use. Ships flat to avoid tangling; assembly required.
  • Greta Grossman Cobra Floor Lamp
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    Greta Grossman Cobra Floor Lamp
    Swedish architect and designer Greta Magnusson Grossman broke through gender barriers to embark on a prolific career. In 1940, she and her husband immigrated to the United States, where her approach to Swedish modernism struck a chord with single, professional women who felt that she understood their needs and sensibilities. She opened a store on Rodeo Drive, where her furniture and accessories quickly drew the attention of clients such as Greta Garbo, Joan Fontaine and Gracie Allen. In the 1950s, she founded her architecture office and designed 14 homes – 13 in California and one in Sweden – each one a showcase for her quietly dramatic approach. The Cobra Lamp (1950), with a profile evoking the flared hood of its namesake, has a flexible tubular arm and an oval shade that rotates 360 degrees to direct light where needed. This is an authentic Grossman lamp, produced to the designer’s original specifications. Bulb (not included): incandescent 40W/E12 or comparable CFL. Made in Denmark.
  • Tri-Arm Floor Lamp
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    Tri-Arm Floor Lamp
    In the 1950s, the three-arm floor lamp became one of the iconic designs of mid-century modernism, praised for its combination of smart functionality and industrial aesthetic. A single sleek form, these lamps provide both directional and ambient illumination, satisfying a multitude of lighting needs in any setting. New lighting collections were quick to add this must-have multifunctional piece to their assortment, and the popularity of the three-arm floor lamp continues to this day. We designed our Tri-Arm Floor Lamp (2011) to suit the furniture in our assortment and added unique features like perforated shades for improved light quality and reduced heat build-up from the bulbs. This Lamp stands on a sturdy black base, the three arms are adjustable, and the leather-wrapped handles add material interest while also serving as counterweights to the shades. A slide dimmer switch operates the three lamps. Bulbs (not included): 60W max. Made in China.
  • Peter Bowles Drop 1 Pendant, Grouping of 6
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    Peter Bowles Drop 1 Pendant, Grouping of 6
    Saving a factory and helping the employees keep their jobs was not something Peter Bowles thought he’d be doing when he designed his first bone china light. The story begins in Stoke-on-Trent, the heart of the British ceramics industry, where its prized porcelain has been produced for more than three centuries. Bowles convinced a tableware factory to produce his first design, but as the orders started to come in, he learned the factory would be closing. Rather than moving production overseas, Bowles bought the factory and offered the entire staff new jobs with his company, Original BTC. The Drop 1 Pendant (2000) is beautifully crafted of hand-cast bone china. Creating these lights involves a highly skilled, labor-intensive process that begins with raw clay and ends with biscuit firing, glazing, glossing and firing again. When lit, the shade has a translucent glow that allows for warm diffused light. Attention to detail is at the heart of every Drop 1 Pendant, right down to the braided cord, which was designed by Peter and can be found on every light his company makes. Drop is UL Listed and suitable for contract use. Bulbs (not included): 40W/120V/E26. Made in England.
  • Peter Bowles Hector Floor Lamp
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    Peter Bowles Hector Floor Lamp
    Drawn to the translucency and versatility of bone china, Peter Bowles saw an opportunity to create something other than tableware with this time-honored material. The result is his Hector Collection (1992), which is beautifully crafted of hand-cast bone china. Creating these lights involves a highly skilled, labor-intensive process that begins with raw clay and ends with biscuit firing, glazing, glossing and firing again. When lit, these china shades have a translucent glow that allows for warm diffused light, and the pivoting shades allow you to direct the light as you wish. Attention to detail is at the heart of every Original BTC collection, right down to the braided cord, which was designed by Peter and can be found on every light his company makes. The Hector Collection is UL Listed and suitable for contract use. Bulb (not included): 40W/GLS/E26. Made in England.
  • Ferruccio Laviani Bourgie Table Lamp
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    Ferruccio Laviani Bourgie Table Lamp
    A former member of the Memphis design movement based in Italy in the 1980s, Ferruccio Laviani has a history of incorporating bold forms and classical references into his designs. The Bourgie Table Lamp (2003) continues in this vein, with a baroque silhouette uniquely executed in polycarbonate, one of the 21st century's most popular modern. A special coupling system on the lampshade allows the lamp to be assembled at three different heights (26.75"/28.75"/30.75") without requiring the use of any tools. Simply lift the shade off the lamp and add or remove as many spacers necessary to adjust the height. Choose the height that suits your need, and modify it to another height at a later time. When lit, the lampshade shows mysterious refractions of light. The precision-cut base is little more than a three-sided, scrolling outline, compact enough for worktops, side tables and nightstands. Bulbs (included): three Incandescent 40W/120V/E14/torpedo. Made in Italy.
  • Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby Tab Floor Lamp
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    Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby Tab Floor Lamp
    The Tab Floor Lamp (2007) is the work of the award-winning British design team of Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby. Known for their ability to blend design integrity, substance and modernity, the designers have brought their know-how to a variety of industries over the last decade, designing everything from lighting and furniture to restaurants, drink bottles and electronics. The two met while studying architecture at The Royal College of Art in London, and they established Barber & Osgerby in 1996. They designed the Tab Floor Lamp to have a die-cast aluminum body and a porcelain reflector that pivots, allowing you to direct the light where you need it most. Bulb: 14-LED 5W/120V, 3000K, 425 lm, CRI 80.
  • Roberto Menghi Globo di Luce Pendant
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    Roberto Menghi Globo di Luce Pendant
    Architect and designer Roberto Menghi twice won the Compasso d’Oro award, and some of his work is featured in MoMA’s permanent collection. Although his Globo di Luce Pendant (1968) has been reinterpreted many times, nothing compares to the iconic original. This handcrafted globe-shaped pendant consists of blown glass dressed in a metallic finish. Hang just one Globo to illuminate compact spaces, or group multiples together for an arresting effect. A transparent suspension cable gives the impression that each one is floating in midair. Reflecting both the room around it and the period of its own design, this classic gives off rich, warm light. UL listed. Bulb (not included): LED, CFL or incandescent; E26 base; 150W max. Made in Italy. Copper finish is a.
  • David Trubridge Coral Pendant
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    David Trubridge Coral Pendant
    David Trubridge wants his footprint on earth to be like a sailboat that slips through the water without leaving trace after it’s gone – fitting for a designer who holds a naval architecture degree and lived on a boat for four years, sailing all the way from Britain to New Zealand. En route, Trubridge worked with limited facilities and supplies, which taught him the value of economical yet creative design. His Coral Pendant (2004) is the result of repeating patterns he saw in Antarctic ice crystals and the similar ones he saw in underwater coral. Such inspirations are the norm for Trubridge, who spent years studying nature before creating this pendant, which echoes natural patterns and uses minimumto achieve maximum effect. Ships flat to save on packing; simple assembly required. Bulb (not included): incandescent 60W/G25/E26 or comparable CFL/LED.
  • Paolo Rizzatto 265 Wall Lamp
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    Paolo Rizzatto 265 Wall Lamp
    Born in Italy, Paolo Rizzatto graduated from Politecnico University of Milan with a degree in architecture in 1965. In the 40+ years since then he has brought his expertise to a variety of projects, ranging from interior planning to architecture to lighting and product design. He has also taught at Columbia University in New York, Cranbrook Academy of Art in Detroit, Washington University in St. Louis and other institutions worldwide. His work has been recognized with many awards, including three Compasso d’Oro prizes in 1981, 1989 and 1994. His 265 Wall Lamp (1973) combines the space-saving design of a sconce with the reach of a floor lamp. The pivoting steel arm and revolving head allow you to direct the light where you need it most to suit the task at hand. Bulb (not included): incandescent 75W/120V/A19 medium. Made in Italy. The pivoting steel arm has a cast iron counter weight.
  • Davey Lighting Well Pendant
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    Davey Lighting Well Pendant
    Originally known as Davey & Co., the company was established in 1885 and has roots dating back to the shipyards of 19th-century London. Its clients back then were the marine merchants operating out of London's West India Docks, and Davey Lights graced the decks of many of history's best-known vessels, including, it is said, the Titanic. Architects and designers have been long-time fans of Davey's industrial aesthetic, like their Well Pendant (2005), and satisfying the needs of this market helped the company continue to thrive. When manufacturing challenges brought the threat of closure, Peter Bowles stepped in and purchased the company. As part Original BTC, which Bowles founded, Davey Lighting now supplies marine, industrial and decorative lighting to residential and contract customers – making Davey available to the public (instead of only to the trade) for the first time. All components are handcrafted by small specialist suppliers according to centuries-old traditions. Bulb (not included) 60W/GLS/E26. UL Listed. Made in England. Light is supplied as standard with 1.5 meters (approx. 5 feet) of cable, stainless steel wire and a ceiling hook plate. This pendant is for indoor use only.
  • Cortina 72" Floor Lamp
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    Cortina 72" Floor Lamp
    Defined by a structural and material simplicity, the Cortina Floor Lamps and Table Lamp (2000) by Pablo Pardo simultaneously contain and diffuse light. The compact polycarbonate shade is virtually architectural, a thin rectangle of transparency that delineates the form and filters light through an external fabric diffuser, which is stretched over the top, down to the base. The floor lamps may be tucked beside a sofa, or placed in a corner, being well suited to today's versatile environments in which efficiency of space and versatility are key, while the table lamp provides unique secondary lighting on a bedside table or reception desk. Bulbs included: two 60W par 16 halogen. Full-range dimmer. Made in U.S.A.
  • Davey Lighting Mast Light with Transformer Box
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    Davey Lighting Mast Light with Transformer Box
    Originally known as Davey & Co., the company was established in 1885 and has roots dating back to the shipyards of 19th-century London. Its clients back then were the marine merchants operating out of London's West India Docks, and Davey Lights graced the decks of many of history's best-known vessels, including, it is said, the Titanic. Architects and designers have been long-time fans of Davey's industrial aesthetic, like their Mast Light (1950s), and satisfying the needs of this market helped the company continue to thrive. When manufacturing challenges brought the threat of closure, Peter Bowles stepped in and purchased the company. As part Original BTC, which Bowles founded, Davey Lighting now supplies marine, industrial and decorative lighting to residential and contract customers – making Davey available to the public (instead of only to the trade) for the first time. All components are handcrafted by small specialist suppliers according to centuries-old traditions. Bulbs (not included) non-dichroic halogen reflector 35W (max) or dichroic halogen reflector 20W (max). Made in England. Hollow back contains weatherproof transformer. Non-dichroic reflector lamp should be used to reflect heat forward. Surface mounted, for use with Mast Light where a remote transformer is not possible.
  • Jason Miller Modo Table Lamp
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    Jason Miller Modo Table Lamp
    For his simple and innovative lighting, Jason Miller draws on everyday aspects of American culture, transforming them into something surprising and beautiful. For his Modo Table Lamp (2010), Miller was inspired by off-the-shelf industrial parts like those found on Canal Street, not far from his Brooklyn studio. “We have re-engineered inexpensive parts that are made by the thousands in China or India,” says Miller about the piece’s manufacturing. “Modo’s parts are made by high-end machine shops here in America that typically work for the airline industry. While the inspiration is a bit banal, it is now a very sophisticated product.” The table lamp’s components are painstakingly engineered and custom CNC-milled from solid aluminum. Bulb (not included): incandescent half-silver globe 25W/G25/E26. UL and CUL Listed. Made in U.S.A. The Modo Collection features hand-blown glass globes with slight variances in shape and color, which make each piece unique.
  • Verner Panton Fun 1 Floor Lamp
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    Verner Panton Fun 1 Floor Lamp
    Most people are familiar with Danish designer Verner Panton for his S-shaped chair and op-art environments, but his Fun Lamps (1964) are equally iconoclastic. One of the most sought-after modern lighting designs at auction today, the Fun Lamps give modernism a decorative dimension without being cute – think of them as functional jewelry for interiors. The cascading design is composed of hand-cut mother of pearl discs, which make wonderful musical sounds when stirred by a breeze. These lamps have an ethereal presence, with light shining through the discs to produce a warm, opulent glow. Bulb (not included): incandescent E26. Made in Denmark. Each lamp is stamped with Panton’s signature and comes with a certificate of authenticity. UL listed and suitable for commercial use. Ships flat to avoid tangling; assembly required.
  • Michele De Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina Tolomeo Floor Lamp
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    Michele De Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina Tolomeo Floor Lamp
    Rather than develop his career within a single design discipline – be it industrial, furniture, interior, lighting or architectural design – Michele De Lucchi chose to move freely among them all, creating door pulls for Valli Colombo, laptops for Olivetti and tape dispensers for Pelikan while designing banks in Germany and apartment buildings in Japan. His Tolomeo Lamp (1987), designed in collaboration with Artemide’s R&D department head Giancarlo Fassina, was honored with the Compasso d’Oro Award in 1989, earning worldwide recognition for its perfect marriage of design and engineering. Since then, the Tolomeo Collection has grown to include an assortment of sizes and styles, each one beginning with a heavy base and ending with a pivoting shade. In between, the multi-armed body is fully adjustable, with steel tension cables providing infinite positions in which the lamp can be held. Bulb (not included): incandescent 100W/E26/A19. UL Listed. Made in Italy.
  • Michele De Lucchi and Gerhard Reichert Logico Sconce
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    Michele De Lucchi and Gerhard Reichert Logico Sconce
    Handblown glass is given a curvaceous, organic form in the Logico Collection (2002), designed by Michele De Lucchi and Gerhard Reichert. Available in an assortment of styles, Logico’s neutralcan suit interiors from modern to traditional. Satined glass shade offers diffuse light. The concealed wall plate mounts to a standard junction box. Bulbs (not included): two 75W/E26/A19W. UL listed.
  • Jeremy Pyles Stamen Pendant
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    Jeremy Pyles Stamen Pendant
    The unique, sexy and subtle Stamen Pendant (2004) is the work of Jeremy Pyles for Niche Modern, a company that happened a bit by accident. When opening a homewares store in SoHo, Jeremy Pyles and Mary Welch were unable to find lights that satisfied their “super picky sensibilities.” Then Jeremy saw a man selling blown glass vases out of the back of his truck. The glass designer wasn’t sure he could create the shape Jeremy was looking for – telling him that “glass is not meant to curve in on itself” – but the two of them kept at it, eventually creating three pendants to light the front of the Niche store. The lights weren’t for sale, but customers kept asking for them and a new business was soon born. Made in U.S.A. Stamen Pendants are made of hand-blown glass, and no two are exactly the same (like snowflakes). The result is a play of light and dark, strength and delicateness, simple lines and lush colors. The fixture is designed around the shape of the bulb (included): a tubular dimmable incandescent 120V/75W, which Jeremy selected after studying 30 or more bulbs.
  • Poul Henningsen PH 3/2 Floor Lamp
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    Poul Henningsen PH 3/2 Floor Lamp
    Poul Henningsen’s PH 3/2 Floor Lamp (1927) is a member of the PH 3-shade family, a series of light fixtures designed by Henningsen to produce glare-free and economically distribute light. The three glass shades of the PH 3/2 Floor Lamp are arranged in a relationship of 3:2:1, drawing their reflections over a logarithmic spiral, which places the light source directly in the spiral’s focal point. Allowing most of the light to reflect outward and downward from the matte undersides, the glass shades enable 12% of the light to penetrate and contribute to the overall room lighting. The result is a soft, evenly distributed glare-free glow. Bulb (not included): 100W/120V/A19.
  • Arne Jacobsen AJ Wall Sconce
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    Arne Jacobsen AJ Wall Sconce
    Arne Jacobsen created his AJ Lamp (1960) to echo the oblique angles of his Series 3300 furniture, which included the Egg™ Chair and the Swan™ Chair. To maximize the lamp's functionality as a reading light, Jacobsen created a shade that tilts up or down, directing maximum light to where it's needed. The shade rotates 60 degrees to either side. Like the Swan and Egg chairs, the AJ Lamp was designed for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, for which Jacobsen designed every element, from the skyscraper structure to the stainless steel cutlery. The wall plate includes a switch.In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the launch of the AJ lighting family, new hues were introduced after being carefully chosen from an updated Jacobsen color concept. Bulb (not included): incandescent 40W/D45/E14 or comparable CFL/LED. UL listed. Made in Denmark. UL listed. Made in Denmark.
  • Poul Henningsen PH 3/2 Pendant Lamp
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    Poul Henningsen PH 3/2 Pendant Lamp
    Poul Henningsen’s PH 3/2 Pendant (1926) is a member of the PH 3-shade family, a series of light fixtures designed by Henningsen to produce glare-free and economically distributed light. The three glass shades of the PH 3/2 Pendant Light are arranged in a relationship of 3:2:1, drawing their reflections over a logarithmic spiral, which places the light source directly in the spiral’s focal point. Allowing most of the light to reflect outward and downward from the matte undersides, the glass shades enable 12% of the light to penetrate and contribute to the overall room lighting. The result is a soft, evenly distributed glare-free glow. Bulb (not included): 75W/120V/A19.
  • Verner Panton Fun 1 Wall Sconce
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    Verner Panton Fun 1 Wall Sconce
    Most people are familiar with Danish designer Verner Panton for his S-shaped chair and op-art environments, but his Fun Lamps (1964) are equally iconoclastic. One of the most sought-after modern lighting designs at auction today, the Fun Lamps give modernism a decorative dimension without being cute – think of them as functional jewelry for interiors. The cascading design is com- posed of hand-cut mother of pearl discs, which make wonderful musical sounds when stirred by a breeze. These lamps have an ethereal presence, with light shining through the discs to produce a warm, opulent glow. Bulb (not included): incandescent E26. Made in Denmark. Sconce can be hard wired. Each lamp is stamped with Panton’s signature and comes with a certificate of authenticity. UL listed and suitable for commercial use. Ships flat to avoid tangling; assembly required.
  • Michele De Lucchi and Gerhard Reichert Logico Floor Lamp
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    Michele De Lucchi and Gerhard Reichert Logico Floor Lamp
    Handblown glass is given a curvaceous, organic form in the Logico Collection (2002), designed by Michele De Lucchi and Gerhard Reichert. Available in an assortment of styles, Logico’s neutralcan suit interiors from modern to traditional. Satined glass shade offers diffuse light. Touch-sensitive dimmer. Bulbs (not included): three 75W/E26/A19W. UL listed.
  • Gino Sarfatti Model 2097 30 Chandelier
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    Gino Sarfatti Model 2097 30 Chandelier
    Gino Sarfatti was an industrialist and designer, and the combination shows in his Model 2097 30 (1958). In his 30-year career, Sarfatti produced more than 400 lamps and was known for tireless research into new, production methods and sources of light. Model 2097 uses 30 bulbs that are arranged around a steel tube, and held in place by chromium-plated horizontal arms. In contrast to the strong horizontal and vertical lines, the electrical wires gently curve from each lamp to the stem, and give this modern icon a hint of traditional chandelier shape. The Venice-born designer held a degree in aeronaval engineering and was instrumental in advancing the modern architectural movement in lighting through his work for Arteluce, which he founded, and Flos. Bulbs (included): 30 incandescent 15W/120V/E14. Sarfatti produced more than 400 lamps in 30 years. A steel suspension light that provides indirect light.
  • Poul Henningsen PH 3/2 Table Lamp
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    Poul Henningsen PH 3/2 Table Lamp
    Poul Henningsen’s PH 3/2 Table Lamp (1927) is a member of the PH 3-shade family, a series of light fixtures designed by Henningsen to produce glare-free and economically distribute light. The three glass shades of the PH 3/2 Table Lamp are arranged in a relationship of 3:2:1, drawing their reflections over a logarithmic spiral, which places the light source directly in the spiral’s focal point. Allowing most of the light to reflect outward and downward from the matte undersides, the glass shades enable 12% of the light to penetrate and contribute to the overall room lighting. The result is a soft, evenly distributed glare-free glow. Bulb (not included): 60W/120V/G16.5.
  • Satellite Chandelier
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    Satellite Chandelier
    In 1957, The Soviet Union launched the world's first man-made object to orbit the earth. The satellite was about the size of a beach ball, had whisker-like long antennas extending from one side and each of its 1440 elliptical orbits around the Earth took about 98 minutes. Its launch marked the start of the Space Age, led directly to the creation of National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and kicked off a worldwide fascination with space travel. It also inspired a design aesthetic based on these rocket-propelled devices, which brought new shapes to furniture, lighting and other household items. Our Satellite collection (2010) – while not constructed of hermetically sealed aluminum-magnesium-titanium, as the Soviets' satellite was – captures the spirit and design ethos of the time. The Satellite Chandelier has 24 antennae arms. UL Listed. Bulbs (not included): 24 x 25W candelabra. Made in China.
  • Angelo Mangiarotti Giogali Hugger Chandelier
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    Angelo Mangiarotti Giogali Hugger Chandelier
    Comprising 123 hand-blown Murano glass rings, the Giogali Chandelier (1967) is an exquisite and instantly recognizable classic of modern lighting. It was designed by renowned architect Angelo Mangiarotti for Vistosi – a family-run business, whose glass-making heritage dates back to the 16th century, but was lost for generations. In 1945, the company was revived by Guglielmo Vistosi, whose connection to avant-garde artists took the family business in a new direction. They began commissioning pieces by top designers like Mangiarotti, Vico Magistretti and Ettore Sottsass, a legacy that endures today. Comes with 123 Murano glass rings, which can be hung in any configuration. (A set of 10 additional pieces can be purchased separately.) The glass’ quality maximizes light intensity and creates dramatic refractions of light on surrounding surfaces. UL listed. Bulbs (not included): incandescent 100W/120V/E26/A19-2PK.
  • Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni Toio Floor Lamp
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    Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni Toio Floor Lamp
    A 300-watt car headlamp was the inspiration behind Toio (1962), designed by Achille Castiglioni and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni. The Toio was part of the brothers ready-made objects series, and included the use of parts of a fishing pole in addition to the headlamp imported from the U.S. Placed along the lamp's nickel-plated brass hexagonal stem are fishing rod rings used to guide the electrical cord from bulb to transformer. This transformer acts as ballast by being located at the base of the height-adjustable stem (the bulb is not tilt adjustable). A cleat on the base is provided to keep the cord neatly coiled when the lamp is adjusted to a lower height. Toio is part of the permanent collection at MoMA in New York. Bulb (included): incandescent 300W/120V/Par56/MFL. Made in Italy.
  • Michele De Lucchi and Gerhard Reichert Logico Table Lamp
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    Michele De Lucchi and Gerhard Reichert Logico Table Lamp
    Handblown glass is given a curvaceous, organic form in the Logico Collection (2002), designed by Michele De Lucchi and Gerhard Reichert. Available in an assortment of styles, Logico’s neutralcan suit interiors from modern to traditional. Satined glass shade offers diffuse light. Touch-sensitive dimmer. Bulbs (not included): three 60W/E26/A19W. UL listed.
  • Verner Panton Fun 10 Pendant
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    Verner Panton Fun 10 Pendant
    Most people are familiar with Danish designer Verner Panton for his S-shaped chair and op-art environments, but his Fun Lamps (1964) are equally iconoclastic. One of the most sought-after modern lighting designs at auction today, the Fun Lamps give modernism a decorative dimension without being cute – think of them as functional jewelry for interiors. The cascading design is composed of hand-cut mother of pearl discs, which make wonderful musical sounds when stirred by a breeze. These lamps have an ethereal presence, with light shining through the discs to produce a warm, opulent glow. Bulbs (not included): incandescent E26. Made in Denmark. Each lamp is stamped with Panton’s signature and comes with a certificate of authenticity. UL listed and suitable for commercial use. Ships flat to avoid tangling; assembly required.
  • Murano Glass Chandelier
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    Murano Glass Chandelier
    Whether something is modern for 80 years or modern beyond its years, the date when it was made is not as relevant as how and why it was designed. The Murano Chandelier (1920) is made with a glass-forging technique developed to amplify flickering candlelight in the 17th century. Produced on the island of Murano, it represents the grandeur of centuries-old craftsmanship. Dramatic in its scale, color and delicate filigree, the design is a reproduction of a Venetian-style chandelier, with scrolling leaf and flower motifs. Due to the artisan craftsmanship that goes into each chandelier, some of the joints will show clear pieces of glass. This is not a defect but part of the process that insures no two pieces will be exactly the same. UL Listed. Bulbs (not included): incandescent 40W/120V/E12/torpedo. Made in Italy.
  • Jasper Morrison Glo-Ball F3 Floor Lamp
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    Jasper Morrison Glo-Ball F3 Floor Lamp
    An innovative take on a hanging glass globe, Jasper Morrison created his Glo-Ball series of lamps for Flos (1998) to provide a range of blown-glass globes for almost every imaginable situation. Like the rest of the series, the Glo-Ball F1 Floor Lamp is crafted with hand-blown opaline glass that's externally acid etched and flashed for a pristine surface that evenly diffuses warm glowing light. With a grey fabric-covered power cord and silver painted steel stem discreetly supporting the diffuser, the F1 gives the illusion of floating in air. A continuous 0-100% dimmer on the cord allows for instant adjustment of light intensity. UL listed. Bulb (included): halogen 150W/T10/E26 or comparable CFL/LED. Made in U.S.A.
  • Michele De Lucchi and Gerhard Reichert Logico Triple Linear Suspension Lamp
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    Michele De Lucchi and Gerhard Reichert Logico Triple Linear Suspension Lamp
    Handblown glass is given a curvaceous, organic form in the Logico Collection (2002), designed by Michele De Lucchi and Gerhard Reichert. Available in an assortment of styles, Logico’s neutralcan suit interiors from modern to traditional. Satined glass shade offers diffuse light. Wall plate mounts to a standard junction box. (not included): three 150W/E26/A21W (or 150W/E26/G40W). UL listed.
  • Verner Panton Fun 11 Pendant
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    Verner Panton Fun 11 Pendant
    Most people are familiar with Danish designer Verner Panton for his S-shaped chair and op-art environments, but his Fun Lamps (1964) are equally iconoclastic. One of the most sought-after modern lighting designs at auction today, the Fun Lamps give modernism a decorative dimension without being cute – think of them as functional jewelry for interiors. The cascading design is composed of hand-cut mother of pearl discs, which make wonderful musical sounds when stirred by a breeze. These lamps have an ethereal presence, with light shining through the discs to produce a warm, opulent glow. Bulbs (not included): incandescent E26. Made in Denmark. Each lamp is stamped with Panton’s signature and comes with a certificate of authenticity. UL listed and suitable for commercial use. Ships flat to avoid tangling; assembly required.
  • George Nelson and Associates Nelson Lantern Lamp with Stand
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    George Nelson and Associates Nelson Lantern Lamp with Stand
    Architect George Nelson, who was Herman Miller’s design director from 1946 to 1972, said: “Every truly original idea seems to find its most important expression in a chair.” And then he blew the doors off lighting design. When Nelson was outfitting his office, he coveted a silk-covered Swedish hanging lamp but found it prohibitively expensive. He then recalled seeing a photo in the paper of Liberty ships being mothballed “by having the decks covered with netting and then being sprayed with a self-webbing plastic,” said Nelson. “And then, Whammo!” Inspiration struck, and by the next night, Nelson had designed his first Bubble Lamp® (1947), using a spray coating of translucent plastic polymer over a skeleton of steel wire. “When you put a light in it, it glowed.” A wide range of shapes and sizes are now available. UL Listed. Bulb (not included): incandescent 150W/120V/E26/A21 max. Made in U.S.A.
  • Serge Mouille Tripod Desk Lamp
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    Serge Mouille Tripod Desk Lamp
    Serge Mouille designed his angular, insect-like lights as "a reaction to the Italian models that were beginning to invade the market in 1950," which he criticized for being "too complicated." The Tripod Desk Lamp (1954) is a desktop or bedside interpretation of his original Three-Arm Lamp, and maintains the original's kinetic, sculptural aesthetic. All of his lighting solutions feature Mouille's hallmark signatures as a designer: the way the arms are joined to the diffusers, the washer and six-sided screw hardware, the form of the reflectors, and the refined lines of the steel tubing. Bulb (not included): 75W/E26. Made in France. Shade is produced using the original molds, proportions,and techniques. Each lamp is stamped and numbered. A brass ball-in-socket joint makes the diffuser head easy to move.
  • Poul Henningsen Snowball Pendant Lamp
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    Poul Henningsen Snowball Pendant Lamp
    Poul Henningsen’s Snowball Pendant (1924) is as much about mathematics as it is about light. The shapes in this light are precisely aligned so that every surface receives a ray of light at exactly the same angle. These rays of light are then reflected, the degree of which is controlled by Henningsen’s careful placement of matte or glossy finish. The result is optimal and even distribution of light that’s completely without glare. While the form of the Snowball is surprisingly modern for 1924, Henningsen did not design this lamp to celebrate the new technology of the electric light bulb. Rather, his goal was to recreate a quality of light he’d experienced from petroleum lanterns, which were used in the small Danish town he grew up in because there was no electricity. As with all of Henningsen’s lighting, his aim was to “work scientifically and make lighting more beautiful.” UL Listed. Manufactured in Denmark by Louis Poulsen.
  • Achille Castiglioni Fucsia Pendant Lamp 8
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    Achille Castiglioni Fucsia Pendant Lamp 8
    From the master of modern lighting comes a light source within a reversed glass cone that provides both diffused and direct light over a dining table or desk. The blown-glass cone is sand-blasted at the edge to avoid glare and finished with a translucent silicone ring to protect cones from movement. Modular design allows installation as a single pendant or as a composition of cones whose shape recalls the flower for which the lamp is named. UL-listed. Bulb included: Incandescent 40W/120V/E14/R50.
  • Serge Mouille One-Arm Floor Lamp
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    Serge Mouille One-Arm Floor Lamp
    Serge Mouille designed his angular, insect-like lights as "a reaction to the Italian models that were beginning to invade the market in 1950," which he criticized for being "too complicated." One-Arm Floor Lamp (1953) is a less-imposing interpretation of his original Three-Arm Floor Lamp and maintains the original's kinetic, sculptural aesthetic. All of his lighting solutions feature Mouille's hallmark signatures as a designer: the way the arms are joined to the diffusers, the washer and six-sided screw hardware, the form of the reflectors, and the refined lines of the steel tubing. Bulb (not included): 75W/E26. Made in France. Offers focused lighting in a slim profile. Shades are produced using the original molds, proportions,and techniques. Each lamp is stamped and numbered.
  • Verner Panton Moon Pendant - White
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    Verner Panton Moon Pendant - White
    One of Verner Panton’s earliest lighting products, the Moon Pendant (1960) consists of 10 rings of diminishing size fitted on mobile bearings so each ring can be rotated. Arranged like a fan around the bulb, the rings can be adjusted to alter the light’s brightness and direction – offering a level of flexibility rarely found in a pendant lamp. Like all Verner Panton lighting, the Moon Pendant demonstrates an industrial sensibility combined with an appreciation for the ambient possibilities of light. This lamp is stamped with Panton’s signature and comes with a certificate of authenticity. Ships flat to avoid tangling; assembly required. Bulb (not included): incandescent 75W/120V/E26. Licensed manufacture by Verpan ApS. Produced under license from the Verner Panton Estate in Basel, Switzerland. UL listed. Made in Denmark.
  • Peter Bowles Drop 1 Pendant, Grouping of 11
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    Peter Bowles Drop 1 Pendant, Grouping of 11
    Saving a factory and helping the employees keep their jobs was not something Peter Bowles thought he’d be doing when he designed his first bone china light. The story begins in Stoke-on-Trent, the heart of the British ceramics industry, where its prized porcelain has been produced for more than three centuries. Bowles convinced a tableware factory to produce his first design, but as the orders started to come in, he learned the factory would be closing. Rather than moving production overseas, Bowles bought the factory and offered the entire staff new jobs with his company, Original BTC. The Drop 1 Pendant (2000) is beautifully crafted of hand-cast bone china. Creating these lights involves a highly skilled, labor-intensive process that begins with raw clay and ends with biscuit firing, glazing, glossing and firing again. When lit, the shade has a translucent glow that allows for warm diffused light. Attention to detail is at the heart of every Drop 1 Pendant, right down to the braided cord, which was designed by Peter and can be found on every light his company makes. Drop is UL Listed and suitable for contract use. Bulbs (not included): 40W/120V/E26. Made in England.
  • Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni Arco Floor Lamp
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    Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni Arco Floor Lamp
    As a lecturer at the Politecnico di Milano in the 1980s, Achille Castiglioni would implore his students to "Start from scratch. Stick to common sense. Know your goals and means." He clearly took his own advice when he, with his elder brother Pier Giacomo, designed the dramatic Arco Floor Lamp (1962). Inspired by a streetlight, the Arco cleverly provides overhead lighting without requiring ceiling suspension, its polished shade extending nearly seven feet to accommodate a dining table or sofa beneath the light source. Aware that the 78-pound lamp would be difficult to move, the designers smartly placed a hole in the base to accommodate a broom handle. They also gave the Arco an adjustable arc and swiveling shade for precise lighting control. As groovy as it is elegant, the lamp's iconic status was sealed when it appeared on screen alongside Sean Connery in Diamonds Are Forever and in The Italian Job (apropos). The Arco is included in the permanent collection at MoMA. Bulb (included): incandescent 100W/120V/A21SB. Made in Italy.
  • Poul Henningsen PH 4 1/2-4 Pendant Lamp
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    Poul Henningsen PH 4 1/2-4 Pendant Lamp
    Poul Henningsen’s PH 4 1/2-4 Pendant (1927) is a member of the PH 3-shade family, a series of light fixtures designed by Henningsen to produce glare-free and economically distributed light. The three glass shades of the 4 1/2-4 Pendant are arranged in a relationship of 3:2:1, drawing their reflections over a logarithmic spiral, which places the light source directly in the spiral’s focal point. Allowing most of the light to reflect outward and downward from the matte undersides, the glass shades enable 12% of the light to penetrate and contribute to the overall room lighting. The result is a soft, evenly distributed glare-free glow. Bulb (not included): 150W/120V/A21.
  • George Nelson Associates Nelson Saucer Pendant Lamp - Large
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    George Nelson Associates Nelson Saucer Pendant Lamp - Large
    Architect George Nelson, who was Herman Miller’s design director from 1946 to 1972, said: “Every truly original idea seems to find its most important expression in a chair.” And then he blew the doors off lighting design. When Nelson was outfitting his office, he coveted a silk-covered Swedish hanging lamp but found it prohibitively expensive. He then recalled seeing a photo in the paper of Liberty ships being mothballed “by having the decks covered with netting and then being sprayed with a self-webbing plastic,” said Nelson. “And then, Whammo!” Inspiration struck, and by the next night, Nelson had designed his first Bubble Lamp® (1947), using a spray coating of translucent plastic polymer over a skeleton of steel wire. “When you put a light in it, it glowed.” A wide range of shapes and sizes are now available. UL Listed. Bulb (not included): incandescent 150W/120V/E26/A21 max. Made in U.S.A. The Nelson Triple Bubble Fixture Kit (sold separately) accommodates three Nelson Ball, Cigar, Pear, Saucer or Lantern hanging pendants that are 19" in diameter or smaller.
  • Pablo Pardo Elise 80" Floor Lamp
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    Pablo Pardo Elise 80" Floor Lamp
    The design is as clean as anything produced by the Bauhaus, yet the purity of the Elise Floor Lamp (2004) has a softer edge very much in tune with today's sensibilities. Its creator is Pablo Pardo, a San Francisco-based industrial designer whose award-winning work centers around simplicity and utility. The Elise achieves both. It's a quietly beautiful lamp constructed of a finely machined aluminum base and translucent tubular diffuser that's neutral enough for a wide range of interiors. The floor lamp is a dramatic accent in a foyer, gallery or loft space. Bulb (included): 90W/Par 38 Sportlight/120 volt. Made in U.S.A. Sheds diffused light. Dimmer switch. Freestanding with heavy base.
  • Verner Panton Fun 4 Pendant
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    Verner Panton Fun 4 Pendant
    Most people are familiar with Danish designer Verner Panton for his S-shaped chair and op-art environments, but his Fun Lamps (1964) are equally iconoclastic. One of the most sought-after modern lighting designs at auction today, the Fun Lamps give modernism a decorative dimension without being cute – think of them as functional jewelry for interiors. The cascading design is composed of hand-cut mother of pearl discs, which make wonderful musical sounds when stirred by a breeze. These lamps have an ethereal presence, with light shining through the discs to produce a warm, opulent glow. Bulb (not included): incandescent E26. Made in Denmark. Each lamp is stamped with Panton’s signature and comes with a certificate of authenticity. UL listed and suitable for commercial use. Ships flat to avoid tangling; assembly required.
  • Cellula Rectangular Chandelier
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    Cellula Rectangular Chandelier
    More than a century old, Swarovski® is the leader in precision-cut crystal, which has a much higher refractive index than standard glass, resulting in a more sparkling illumination. Our Cellula Rectangular Chandelier (2010) shows off the beauty of these exquisitely cut, full leaded, faceted crystals, without being fussy or overbearing. By refracting the light of the bulbs through these crystal pendants, the quality of light stays bright and warm, appropriate for lighting an entryway, dining table or counter space. The crystals can be arranged as desired, simply by shifting them from groove to groove along the aluminum rod. The chandeliers are anchored by a clear cord, flanked by four thin steel cables. UL Listed. Bulbs (not included): 20 x 15W candelabra torpedos. Fixture made in China; crystals made in Austria.
  • Verner Panton Fun 8 Pendant
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    Verner Panton Fun 8 Pendant
    Most people are familiar with Danish designer Verner Panton for his S-shaped chair and op-art environments, but his Fun Lamps (1964) are equally iconoclastic. One of the most sought-after modern lighting designs at auction today, the Fun Lamps give modernism a decorative dimension without being cute – think of them as functional jewelry for interiors. The cascading design is composed of hand-cut mother of pearl discs, which make wonderful musical sounds when stirred by a breeze. These lamps have an ethereal presence, with light shining through the discs to produce a warm, opulent glow. Bulbs (not included): incandescent E26. Made in Denmark. Each lamp is stamped with Panton’s signature and comes with a certificate of authenticity. UL listed and suitable for commercial use. Ships flat to avoid tangling; assembly required.
  • Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni Taraxacum 88 Pendant Lamp
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    Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni Taraxacum 88 Pendant Lamp
    Decades after creating his Taraxacum S2 (1960), Achille Castiglioni updated his own design with the introduction of his Taraxacum 88 Suspension Lamp (1988). Taraxacum is the scientific name for the plant commonly known as dandelion, but unlike a weed that can become a lawn pest, the Taraxacum 88 is sculptural art that provides direct and reflected light. Hanging from a steel ceiling rose, the structure is made of 20 pressed and polished aluminum triangles that reflect the light of 60 clear globes. Almost like a reversed version of the original Taraxacum, which hid the bulbs under a transparent diffuser, the Taraxacum 88 celebrates the play of reflection and light. The lamp has a satisfying balance between the contrasting shapes of the round bulbs and triangular backdrops, as well as in its mixture of warm incandescent light and cool aluminum. Bulbs (included): incandescent 25W/120V/G40 medium. Made in Italy by Flos. Provides both direct and reflected light. Sixty clear globes reflect off polished aluminum triangles. Created decades after his first Taraxacum design.
  • Verner Panton Fun 7 Pendant
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    Verner Panton Fun 7 Pendant
    Most people are familiar with Danish designer Verner Panton for his S-shaped chair and op-art environments, but his Fun Lamps (1964) are equally iconoclastic. One of the most sought-after modern lighting designs at auction today, the Fun Lamps give modernism a decorative dimension without being cute – think of them as functional jewelry for interiors. The cascading design is composed of hand-cut mother of pearl discs, which make wonderful musical sounds when stirred by a breeze. These lamps have an ethereal presence, with light shining through the discs to produce a warm, opulent glow. Bulbs (not included): incandescent E26. Made in Denmark. Each lamp is stamped with Panton’s signature and comes with a certificate of authenticity. UL listed and suitable for commercial use. Ships flat to avoid tangling; assembly required.
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