Designer Aaron Scott crafts his designs with a sense of mathematical rigour working in that undefined space between art and design. Scott is influenced by the intricacies found in nature and a lifelong passion for mathematics.
From those that add a dash of geometric beauty to ones that highlight the beauty of metallics – this is a roundup you simply do not want to miss. The best part about it all is that some of these gorgeous pendants could well go on to become modern classics that will be appreciated even decades down the line. It is your turn to bring home an iconic piece of décor!
In 2009 Rodolfo Dordoni designed the Lumiere XXL and Lumiere XXS for Foscarini. Both lights are a somewhat sober reinterpretation of the original Lumiere.
When it comes to super-flexible pendant fixtures the AIM Suspension Light undoubtedly tops the list with sheer versatility. The uncanny design of AIM is essentially simple industrial and puts the focus firmly on ergonomics above aesthetics.
Minimal pendant lights need not be always about a simple tubular casing and an exterior clad in lighter shades of gray. You can create a minimal visual appeal with pendant lights that are a touch more vibrant and yet do not overpower the room with unnecessary color or pattern.
Think of how wonderful your pink salt lamp will look like in the morning glow of sunrise and evening bliss of sunset. The pink and orange colors of the rising and setting sun are the perfect match for your salt lamp regardless of whether it’s turned on or off.