Is it too early to start dreaming of ambient autumn evenings? We are more than ready to embrace the dusk, as our carefully curated collection of luminaires has just grown with irresistible new designs. See our favorites and find yours!
1. New Works: Kizu portable table lamp
In New Works' cordless Kizu table lamp, simple geometric shapes come together to create a sculptural masterpiece. Designed by Lars Tornøe, the Kizu lamp features a half-circle shade gracefully perched on a rounded marble base, seemingly balancing upside-down. The white acrylic shade diffuses the light, bathing the surroundings in a soothing, glare-free glow.
We are currently swooning over the two new versions of the coveted lamp: one featuring a terracotta-toned Breccia Pernice marble base and another adorned with a dramatically dark Rosso Levanto marble base.
2. Nemo Lighting: Pivotante à poser table lamp
Nemo Lighting's Pivotante à Poser is a playful table lamp that enchants with its clever design. The cylindrical lamp's charm lies in its two overlapping metal shades, which, when rotated, allow you to adjust the direction and intensity of the light – depending on the position of the shades, the light can be either direct or indirect.
The beloved Pivotante à Poser is a masterpiece by iconic French designer Charlotte Perriand dating back to the 1950s, and now this timeless lamp is dressed in fresh, new shades: crimson red, sage green, and light gray. Which one is your favorite?
3. Made by Hand: Papier Single pendant lamp
Made by Hand's Papier Single pendant lamp is an endearing interpretation of the classic rice paper lamp. This atmospheric luminaire is perfect as a charming addition to any interior both private and public alike – whether as a stand-alone accent or arranged in a playful group.
Behind the graceful form is designer Nina Bruun, who found inspiration in the material itself. “I love how the light travels through the lamp,” the designer described her creation, and indeed, light reflects in a near-poetic manner through Papier Single's delicate paper surface.
4. Muuto: Ease portable table lamp
As the name suggests, Muuto's portable Ease table lamp moves effortlessly with you, wherever you go. Designer Johan Van Hengel drew inspiration from traditional table lamps, combining their stylish simplicity with modern technology. Moreover, the portable Ease lamp's IP54 rating ensures it can also be used outdoors.
The lamp's cozy glow is perfect for illuminating for example a late-night garden party, but Ease also finds its place inside the home as a bedside reading lamp, a mood-setting accent in the living room, or a convenient additional light in the hallway – one you can also take along for an evening stroll!
5. Jieldé: Signal SI433 floor lamp
The Jieldé Signal SI433 floor lamp is a captivating and practical masterpiece of French lighting design. The lamp's clever adjustable arm allows you to effortlessly direct the light to suit your needs and create the perfect ambiance. This chic and functional floor lamp is now available in various irresistible shades – our editorial team's absolute favorite is the refined yet playful Vespa green.
Back in 1950, Jean-Louis Domecq designed the very first Jieldé lamp out of sheer frustration with the lack of functional work lights. The result was a sturdy and minimalist lamp, featuring flexible joints that allow gracefully illumination in any desired direction. Did you know, that Jieldé lamps are individually numbered and continue to be crafted using the original, time-tested methods?
6. Astep: VV Cinquanta table lamp
Our design excursion across Europe continues! Astep's VV Cinquanta wall lamp is a masterpiece by Italian architect Vittoriano Viganò, dating back to 1951. Gracefully combining a slender brass arm and a sculptural aluminum shade – adjustable both vertically and horizontally – the Cinquanta wall lamp is both a beautiful and practical addition to any space.
Representing an exceptionally modern and streamlined design for their time, the minimalist appearance of the Cinquanta lamps effortlessly complements today's homes and various styles.
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