On first look the form and feel of Open Weave Pendants reminds us of iconic lighting fixtures designed by George Nelson. These seemingly cozy lamps have a touch of oriental magic as they were undoubtedly inspired by the silhouette and finish of paper lanterns. And the best part of it all is that they look as much at home in the living room or bedroom as they do in the balcony and on the porch!
The iconic Lumiere table lamp was designed in 1990 by Italian architect and designer Rodolfo Dordoni for Foscarini. Lumiere was the Italian lighting manufacturer’s first major success.
One of the advantages of using modest minimal pendants is the way in which you can combine several individual fixtures to create a striking focal point. Whether you wish to illuminate the entryway console a gallery wall in the living room the smart modern dining table or even the bedside table – slim and minimal get the job done effectively.
The best part of it all is their ability to blend in with the backdrop disappearing completely at times to ensure that it is the world below them that draws all the attention. Stylish and radiant
It is time to ditch the paper shade and glaring bulb. Instead opt for a pendant that radiates light with aplomb that warms a space and looks good too. With an untold number of lamps to choose from the following luminaires represent a handful of to brighten your abode.
The Tray table lamp was designed in 2011 by Swedish architect and designer Jonas Wagell for Swedish brand Bsweden. Made from glass and steel this bijou light (at just 26cm in height) serves a dual function: to provide both light and a place on which to set small items. Punctilious and practical Tray makes a perfect hallway or desk light.