Dressing a trio of geometric pendants in lashed rawhide can add authentic western flair to an otherwise contemporary fixture.
This subtly Asian-inspired fixture elevates a simple bowl form to celebrity status by combining colorful layers of kiln-slumped and artisan-blown glass. A blown glass ball finial adds the finishing touch.
Lines and layers set the stage while woven steel mesh, light mica and an antique nickel finish complete this industrial chic reinterpretation of a basic drum fixture.
A warmer palette of light glass and a copper finish lean this mesh drum light towards a transitional Craftsman style.
This custom pendant features a leafy ecoresin lens material, delicately scalloped into a whimsical
matte black parasol.
Crafted from Washi paper and polished steel, this violet-patterned pool light gives a simple fixture silhouette a uniquely whimsical spin.
From the Hammerton Chateau collection, a traditional European chandelier silhouette is updated with tumbled rock crystal swag and sleek glass cylinders to complement a broad range of interior styles.
Lines and shapes may give lighting designs form and structure, but materials bring them to life. While silhouettes engage the eye, it’s often the materials comprising those shapes – their textures and colors, the way they reflect light and create shadow — that stimulate our emotions and generate an aesthetic response.