With the power to transform interior space, lighting is unique in its ability to unite technology and poetry in harmonious ways. Luminaire's selection of lighting fixtures range from functional desk lamps, and architectural sconces, to ethereal pendant lights, and all share the same careful attention to detail and form that is hallmark to all products available at Luminaire. Our collection combines enduring icons of twentieth-century design with avant-garde work from some of today's most accomplished designers.

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/images/products/thumbs/756.jpg A playful, minimalist design, Erwan and Ronan Bouroullec's Aim lamp creates a vivacious tangle of wires that seems to develop and grow like branches or climbing plants. Taking it's main inspiration from nature, the designers have investigated the simplicity of organic forms to create an equally simple and basic object. Aim Pendant Light Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec
/images/products/thumbs/274.jpg Ingo Maurer's endlessly flexible ceiling lamp borrows its long, tubular shape from the snake, while remaining a highly functional light. Alizz C. Cooper Ceiling Light Ingo Maurer
/images/products/thumbs/175.jpg Ingo Maurer's Alizz T. Cooper shows how a playful, witty approach to design is often the most fruitful. Here, the endlessly flexible table lamp borrows its long, tubular shape from the snake, whilst remaining a highly functional directional lamp that makes a sleek and surprising addition to any interior. Alizz T. Cooper Table Lamp Ingo Maurer
/images/products/thumbs/346.jpg A dream team collaboration between prolific designers Ron Arad and Ingo Maurer resulted the unique aR ingo floor lamp that features an aluminum and steel honeycomb structure, rising and splayed to create diffused light. aR ingo Floor Lamp Ron Arad and Ingo Maurer
/images/products/thumbs/333.jpg Ara, a fiendishly clever table lamp by Philippe Starck features a slightly tilted stem that supports an articulated horn - a signature motif of its prolific designer. The on/off switch is playfully contained in the head, which also rotates to direct lighting for desk task or bedside reading. Ara Table Lamp Philippe Starck
/images/products/thumbs/163.jpg Alberto Meda and Paolo Rizzato teamed up to design a lighting fixture that not only creates a new, appealing aesthetic but also redefines technology for table lamps. Berenice Desk Lamp Alberto Meda and Paolo Rizzatto
/images/products/thumbs/669.jpg A sensation of ice and light, of heat and chill. Harri Koskinen plays with the contrasts of light and ice in his Block Lamp, which became a design classic as soon as it was launched in 1996. Using glass as the substantial form of the light, Block resembles a block of ice. Block Lamp Harri Koskinen
/images/products/thumbs/160.jpg Combining the basic geometric forms of a circle and rectangle, Jorg Zeidler's Bob is a minimal table lamp with clean lines and considered proportions. With it's small size, the lamp is a great companion for a small desk or on a shelf within a bookcase. Bob Table Lamp Jorg Zeidler
/images/products/thumbs/604.jpg Minimalux's Bulb pays homage to the shape and materiality of the familiar, but soon to be obsolete, incandescent light bulb. The spherical diffuser of the lamp is made from mouth blown opaline glass and elegantly rests on its side, freeing the lamp from the typical constraints with upright lighting. Bulb Table Lamp Minimalux
/images/products/thumbs/172.jpg Ingo Maurer's Campari Light by Raffaele Celentano takes a design classic - an original Italian Campari glass bottle in unaltered condition with original Campari inside - and turns it into a versatile and beautiful lighting fixture. Campari Pendant Light Raffaele Celentano
/images/products/thumbs/357.jpg Softly glowing, the delightful Cloud Silver Rain table lamp by Tokyo-based designer Tadao Shimizu for Abovo features a three-dimensional washi-paper cloud shade which is supported by rows of thin metal rods resembling falling rain. Cloud Silver Rain Table Lamp Tadao Shimizu
/images/products/thumbs/454.jpg Ethereal and uncluttered, Paolo Rizzatto's Costanza floor lamp fits naturally into any setting. Ingeniously, the lamp uses a sensorial dimmer rod close to the light, which has only to be lightly touched to adjust its on-off intensity through four levels of brightness. Costanza Floor Lamp Paolo Rizzatto
/images/products/thumbs/657.jpg Made from a single material, Harri Koskinen's Cosy Table Lamp glows warm light from its entire surface. Influenced by the archetypal silhouette of a traditional table lamp, the designer has altered the proportions and modernized the form by only using glass. Cosy Table Lamp Harri Koskinen
/images/products/thumbs/443.jpg British engineer Jake Dyson and his team of designers spent 18 months of intense research and development to produce the most advanced LED light available, the CSYS LED Task Lamp. As aesthetically appealing as it is practical, the CSYS was inspired by an architect's drafting board with clean, graceful lines that imitate the look of a construction crane. CSYS LED Task Lamp Jake Dyson
/images/products/thumbs/349.jpg Reduced to it's most essential elements, designer Torsten Neeland has created for Anta the Cut Floor Lamp, an elegant, minimal lamp that contemporizes the archetypal lamp shade by the use of unconventional materials and a shift in scale. Cut Floor Lamp Torsten Neeland
/images/products/thumbs/164.jpg Reduced to it's most essential elements, designer Torsten Neeland has created an elegant, minimal table lamp that contemporizes the archetypal lamp shade by the use of unconventional materials and a shift in scale. Cut Table Lamp Torsten Neeland
/images/products/thumbs/442.jpg With crisp lines and a gleaming chrome finish, Philippe Starck's stunning D'E-Light offers space for charging and storing your iPhone or iPad while providing functional task lighting to your work surface. Utilizing energy-efficient LEDs to provide even, concentrated lighting for your workspace, the combination of lighting and informational technology has resulted in an object that is perfectly attuned to the contemporary habits of today's always-connected society. D'E-Light Desk Lamp Philippe Starck
/images/products/thumbs/588.jpg By folding flat, geometrically-patterned steel into spherical forms, Nendo creates lighting elements that have a sense of motion. The Dancing Squares lamps appear to roll about but are stable, thanks to their planes, and cast light in different directions with their unique pattern of solids and voids. Dancing Squares Lamps Nendo
/images/products/thumbs/345.jpg Seemingly incongruous, water and light meet in a magical way with Ingo Maurer's Delirium Yum light. The spiral of water with a dancing white ball is fascinating to watch as light is reflected by an aluminum mirror drawing attention to the cyclone of water. In the midst of the action, oddly, a feeling of calm takes over. Delirium Yum Light Ingo Maurer
/images/products/thumbs/806.jpg Created by Japanese designer Fumio Enomoto, the Dim-Lump Table Lamp evokes traditional Akari Japanese lanterns with an abstract twist. These illuminated sculptures imply the idea of weightlessness and resemble 3D geometric shapes creating a spatial environment designed to enhance ones quality of life. Dim-Lump Table Lamp Fumio Enomoto
/images/products/thumbs/322.jpg Taking its shape from a drop of water, the appropriately named Drop pendant fixture by design firm Fiedeler & Raasch is a considered study in material and form. Produced by Anta, the pendant combines glass and aluminum to create a minimal fixture that exhibits high attention to detail and quality. Drop Pendant Light Fiedeler & Raasch
/images/products/thumbs/347.jpg The round, cylindrical form of Ella's light source combines delicately with the strong linear body of the lamp's stem to produce an elegant, minimal lighting solution in Jorg Zeidler's floor lamp for Anta. Ella Floor Lamp Jorg Zeidler
/images/products/thumbs/470.jpg Reduced to its most essential elements with a technically sophisticated use of materials, Franco Raggi's Flute floor lamp unites aesthetically sound design with advanced craftsmanship and innovative use of glass. Rather than conceal the workings of the lamp, the designer consciously chose borosilicate transparent glass for the form presenting an honest and stunning lamp. Flute Floor Lamp Franco Raggi
/images/products/thumbs/829.jpg The design of the Fold F1 Floor Lamp derives its name from the production process where a metal sheet is subjected to multiple folding. Fold F1 Floor Lamp Alexander Taylor
/images/products/thumbs/161.jpg Created by making multiple folds in a single sheet of metal, Alexander Taylor's Fold T1 table lamp is aptly named. A smaller version of the Fold T2, the T1 features the same silhouette in a size suited for small tables and bookshelves. Fold T1 Table Lamp Alexander Taylor
/images/products/thumbs/155.jpg Its name derived from the production process, Alexander Taylor's Fold T2 table lamp is created by making multiple folds in a single sheet of metal. While the silhouette references the archetypal form of traditional lighting fixtures, Fold T2 explores new technology and manufacturing skills, giving it an exceedingly contemporary look. Fold T2 Table Lamp Alexander Taylor
/images/products/thumbs/472.jpg Reducing the modern pendant light to its most geometric elements, design collective Form Us With Love have created Form, a mouth blown glass cylinder pendant lamp. Form Pendant Light Form Us With Love
/images/products/thumbs/451.jpg Designed in 1907, Mariano Fortuny's striking Fortuny floor lamp is a timeless classic, remaining relevant for over a century. A discretely elegant but utterly modern use of materials, it underlines its inherent, honest form of the design. Fortuny expresses the early modernist emphasis on industrial materials, functional style and the spatial role of objects. Fortuny Floor Lamp Mariano Fortuny
/images/products/thumbs/320.jpg A classic pendant light designed in 1978 by Achille Castiglioni for Flos, Frisbi makes a strong sculptural presence and has become an enduring icon of design. Seemingly floating in space, three thin cables support the pendant's opal acrylic diffuser. Frisbi Pendant Light Achille Castiglioni
/images/products/thumbs/282.jpg A classic design by prolific designer Achille and his brother Pier Giacomo Castiglioni in 1960, Gatto Piccolo creates warm diffused light through the unique sprayed resin cocoon. The iconic lamp showcases the designers' ability to create forms with maximum visual effect from a minimal amount of materials. Gatto Piccolo Table Lamp Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni
/images/products/thumbs/450.jpg With a harmonious, well balanced design, Enrico Franzolini's Gilda Floor lamp features a prominent shade that is mounted to an extendable die-cast aluminum base. Resulting in a distinct and unique light, Gilda is perfectly suited for any environment. The adjustable telescopic base allows the height of the lamp to be adjusted, placing the light at the perfect height for its surrounding. Gilda Floor Lamp Enrico Franzolini
/images/products/thumbs/452.jpg One of the most talented and influential designers working today, Jasper Morrison has pioneered a new purity in design. His Glo-Ball Floor Lamps represent the purity of design he creates, eschewing the superfluous in favor of creating objects with almost universal appeal. Glo-Ball Floor Lamp Jasper Morrison
/images/products/thumbs/319.jpg Featuring a petite, spherical globe made of luminous mouth-blown opal glass, Jasper Morrison's popular Glo Ball Mini T Table Lamp is the smallest member of his Glo Ball family produced by Flos. The sphere allows for maximum light distribution and highlights the lamp's clean, considered design. Glo-Ball Mini T Table Lamp Jasper Morrison
/images/products/thumbs/351.jpg A suspension lamp inspired by the heyday of Modernism from British design savant, Jasper Morrison, Flos' Glo-Ball Pendant Light features a mouth-blown spherical glass diffuser and casts a large, soft pool of light, ideal for dining and atmospheric settings. Glo-Ball S1 Pendant Light Jasper Morrison
/images/products/thumbs/318.jpg A robust mouth-blown glass sphere is supported by a thin aluminum stem in Jasper Morrison's Glo Ball T1. Produced by Flos, the clean form of the table lamp is a culmination of the prolific designer's philosophy of "super normal" design. Glo-Ball T1 Table Lamp Jasper Morrison
/images/products/thumbs/453.jpg A juxtaposition between traditional shape and innovative engineering, Susanne Philippson's Guardian of Light appears as a classic lampshade until you interact with it and realize the way the light is turned on. The shade is a cloak that wraps around itself, keeping the magic of the light secret. When the cloak is opened, by means of the protruding flap, the lamp gently releases its light, which goes out again when the cloak is closed. Guardian of Light Floor Lamp Susanne Philippson
/images/products/thumbs/169.jpg Seeming like more of the architectural structure than an added detail, Hako 2p distributes a beautiful up light. Named for the Japanese word for box, Davide Groppi's wall-fixture is finished in metal gray or matte white and the illumination is created by a halogen bulb. Hako 2P Wall Sconce Davide Groppi
/images/products/thumbs/298.jpg Continuing prolific lighting designer Ingo Maurer's experimentation in poetically pairing the latest technology with clever design, the Holonzki Wall Lamp features a highly realistic holographic image of an incandescent bulb. Holonzki Wall Lamp Ingo Maurer
/images/products/thumbs/173.jpg An homage to Achille Castiglioni's Parentesi lamp of 1971, which ran from floor to ceiling and was kept taut by a counter-weight, Ingo Maurer's Hot Achille lamp consists of a freely rotatable aluminum reflector hung on a length of adjustable cable. Hot Achille Lamp Ingo Maurer
/images/products/thumbs/862.jpg The I Ricchi Poveri Bzzz table lamp by Ingo Maurer experiments and plays with shapes and materials. The protagonist of the lamp is a handmade red dragonfly resting on a bulb table lamp. I Ricchi Poveri Bzzzz Ingo Maurer
/images/products/thumbs/348.jpg Scientists ponder - is light a particle or a wave. According to Ingo Maurer's Ilios floor lamp, it is surely both. A discrete, round glass shade hangs suspended between two micro-thin flexible wires until moved. When it vibrates, it throws intriguing patterns of light against the wall. Ilios Floor Lamp Ingo Maurer
/images/products/thumbs/157.jpg Made from a single laser-cut aluminum sheet, Jetzt is a light, abstract desk lamp designed by the German designer Axel Schmid. The lightsource is two high-volt LEDs that are embedded into a silicone holder. Jetzt Desk Lamp Axel Schmid
/images/products/thumbs/350.jpg A member of Ingo Maurer's MaMo Nouchies, and created in collaboration with Dagmar Mombach, Ingo Maurer's Jimken pendant light takes inspiration from from the traditional Japanese technique of paper folding. Jimken Pendant Light Ingo Maurer
/images/products/thumbs/321.jpg Clear lines and exacting details combine harmoniously in Jorg Zeidler's Juni pendant light for Anta. A cylinder of matte-finished aluminum, the pendant has a graceful presence and provides direct down-lighting for a variety of applications. Juni Pendant Light Jorg Zeidler
/images/products/thumbs/156.jpg A new addition to the Kelvin range of task lighting, Antonio Citterio's Kelvin LED desk lamp provides direct, adjustable light with a double arm and adjustable head in a more environmentally friendly manner. Kelvin LED Desk Lamp Antonio Citterio and Toan Nguyen
/images/products/thumbs/458.jpg A new addition to the Kelvin range of task lighting, Antonio Citterio's Kelvin LED wall-mounted lamp provides direct, adjustable light with a double arm and adjustable head in a more environmentally friendly manner. Kelvin LED Wall Lamp Antonio Citterio
/images/products/thumbs/356.jpg A novelty within Ingo Maurer's boundary-pushing lighting collection, the Knueller floor lamp, designed in partnership with Bernhard Dessecker, features a spherical head composed of thin steel wires that holds a dream-like assortment of crumpled tissue paper which acts as a diffuser of light. Knueller Floor Lamp Ingo Maurer
/images/products/thumbs/770.jpg One of the masters of 20th Century Italian design, Achille Castiglioni's objects stand as clear examples of rigorous method, technical skill, exuberant talent, and wit. Within the Lampadina Table Lamp, he combined these talents to achieve a beauty that is fulfilling on both a rational and an emotional level. Lampadina Table Lamp Achille Castiglioni
/images/products/thumbs/717.jpg A whimsical and poetic object, L'Atelier d'exercices Studio's Lampe Nid resembles a bird's nest delicately resting on a branch. The painted metal wire is randomly spun and woven together to form the nest which rests on a slightly flexible steel rod. Lampe Nid Table Lamp L'Atelier d'exercices Studio
/images/products/thumbs/166.jpg Designed as an elegant reading lamp by Jorg Zeidler, Lee's dramatic form is crafted from a bent square bar of satin finished aluminum. Discreetly placed at the base of the lamp is a mechanism to adjust its height by 10 cm. Lee Floor Lamp Jorg Zeidler
/images/products/thumbs/459.jpg Blurring the boundary between art and functional design, Fabien Dumas and Ingo Maurer have teamed up with Light au Lait, a whimsical wall lamp crafted from a cup, saucer and spoon. The spoon, hanging from a stainless steel chain, may be pulled to turn the light on or off. Light au Lait Wall Lamp Fabien Dumas and Ingo Maurer
/images/products/thumbs/506.jpg With a unique advanced organic LED head, Philippe Starck's Light Photon Lamp was designed in celebration of Flos' 50th anniversary and is produced in a limited series of 500 pieces. Available exclusively at Luminaire, the lamp sets several world records for its light quality, mechanical integration and advanced OLED technology. Light Photon Lamp Philippe Starck
/images/products/thumbs/165.jpg The cube-formed Lotek Lamp by Dutch designer Benno Premsela is a standout example of the simplicity and humor of Dutch Design. Supplied directly to the consumer as a simple, easy to assemble do it yourself lighting fixture kit, the lamp uses minimal materials and has a basic geometric shape. Lotek Lamp Benno Premsela
/images/products/thumbs/460.jpg No matter how conceptual, Ingo Maurer's lamps are witty and delicate. In Lucellino, a fusion of two Italian words, luce (light) and uccellino (little bird), the bulb has grown wings and become a glowing cherub - "because light comes with no noise," Maurer has said. Lucellino Wall Lamp Ingo Maurer
/images/products/thumbs/469.jpg Designed nearly 80 years ago, Pietro Chiesa's Luminator floor lamp remains a classic icon of design providing indirect lighting for a variety of environments. Designed in 1933, the lamp is made in nickel-plated brass with a reduced, minimal form that is reminiscent of the Deco period in which it was designed. Luminator Floor Lamp Pietro Chiesa
/images/products/thumbs/797.jpg Strips of bamboo are bent into into a series of concentric circles that form a half sphere in Ay Illuminate's Lump Bamboo Pendant Light. Based in the Netherlands, Ay Illuminate produces rich, textural lighting in Asia and Africa. Lump Bamboo Pendant Light Ay Illuminate
/images/products/thumbs/803.jpg Pure in form, Neweba's Lunghetto Floor Lamp is a circular tower that provides 360 degrees of diffused light. Eschewing ornamentation, the minimal light brightens the room without distracting from your environment. Lunghetto Floor Lamp Neweba
/images/products/thumbs/716.jpg Providing ambient lighting wherever it's needed, the Luxciole Rechargeable LED Lamp can be used inside and out without the need for a cord. The aluminum LED lamp diffuses a warm, glare-free light that is enough to brighten a dining table. Minimal and attractive, the lamp blends with various styles of decor, making the light the perfect addition to any space. Luxciole Rechargeable LED Lamp HISLE
/images/products/thumbs/462.jpg William Pianta's Mahari Floor Lamp harmoniously blends form and function together to produce a stunning floor lamp devoid of ornamentation. Mahari Floor Lamp's most striking feature is its small arm that sublimely references the movement of a dancer. Mahari Floor Lamp William Pianta
/images/products/thumbs/464.jpg Like it's pared down, minimal sibling floor lamp Mahari, William Pianta's Mahari Joy Floor Lamp is the result of a constant search a harmonious relationship of parts, quality and symmetry. The source of light, carefully adorned with a stunningly simple shade allows the user to modulate the light which can create a new visual order of space. Mahari Joy Floor Lamp William Pianta
/images/products/thumbs/463.jpg A constant search of beauty derived from the harmonious relationship of parts, quality and symmetry lead William Pianta to design the Mahari Table Lamp. Able to occupy the space without invading it, this considered table lamp functions according to the needs of the user: sources of light modulate and broaden the horizons and can create a new visual order of space. Mahari Table Lamp William Pianta
/images/products/thumbs/798.jpg Inspired by nature and various cultures, Ay Illuminate's May is a graceful hanging light. Made of braided bamboo placed around a slightly conical cylinder, May takes its organic form the sea urchin. May Braided Bamboo Pendant Light Ay Illuminate
/images/products/thumbs/811.jpg A sculptural abstraction of planes, Lahumiere Design's Mini Folio Wall Lamp plays with the concept of a book's pages being turned. Sheets of white-painted aluminum act as pages that grow and shank creating an amazing gradient of light. Mini Folio Wall Lamp Lahumiere Design
/images/products/thumbs/334.jpg Proving to be one of the most successful lamps in the Flos collection, Philippe Starck's Miss K table lamp is built on the designer's ability to translate his insight on social and cultural changes into an object that balances form and function with added wit and character. Miss K Table Lamp Philippe Starck
/images/products/thumbs/168.jpg Slim and simple, Miss is a revolutionary suspension fixture. Just over one inch in diameter, the column stretches the light source down with dramatic results. Miss Pendant Light Davide Groppi
/images/products/thumbs/456.jpg Combining graceful lines with honest construction and industrial details, Paolo Rizzotto's Model 265 wall mounted lamp makes adding light to wherever it's needed in a room easy through its adjustable movement. As with all his work, the designer showcases the uniqueness of each individual element, through clean shapes, leaving a sobriety that shuns the superfluous. Model 265 Wall Lamp Paolo Rizzatto
/images/products/thumbs/775.jpg Capturing the poeticism and romance of traditional candles, Moritz Waldemeyer and Ingo Maurer use LED technology to reinterpret the ancient light in a ethereal way. My New Flame faithfully renders the simple yet infinitely complex candle flame using 256 high quality LEDs. My New Flame LED Table Lamp Moritz Waldemeyer with Ingo Maurer
/images/products/thumbs/863.jpg The Neon table light designed by London based MINIMALUX has an optical illusion built into it. The light is not really neon but gives off a similar bright radiant glow. Neon Light Minimalux
/images/products/thumbs/860.jpg Designed by Konstantin Gric, the OK Lamp floor to ceiling lamp is composed of an ultra-flat LED light emitting disk hung from a wire resembling a hanging sun. Composed of a flat circular shape with a wire that works like a rail and runs from ceiling to floor, the pendant is directable over 360 degrees balanced by a cone shaped counterweight. OK Lamp Konstantin Grcic
/images/products/thumbs/355.jpg Continuing prolific lighting designer Ingo Maurer's experimentation in poetically pairing the ingenious lighting techniques with cleaver design, the highly sculptural table lamp One From the Heart features two stylized hearts reflecting off each other. One From The Heart Table Lamp Ingo Maurer
/images/products/thumbs/170.jpg A slim tube houses the up or down light, creating an architecturally interesting wall sconce. Ozen, named for a type of Japanese kitchen, artfully combines the elegance and poetic minimalism of Italian designer Davide Groppi into a functional wall light. Ozen Wall Sconce Davide Groppi
/images/products/thumbs/471.jpg Endlessly adjustable, Sergio Calatroni's intricate Papiro floor lamp allows the user to creatively bend and twist the long arm of the light in sculptural poses. The long, slender shape of the lamp provides a slinky, casual element that enhances the interior with its unique, organic form. Papiro Floor Lamp Sergio Calatroni
/images/products/thumbs/331.jpg Inspired by a sketch drawn by Pio Manzù and designed in tandem with Achille Castiglioni in 1970, the Parentesi Lamp from Flos fixture represents a culmination of the modernist manifesto: form following function, subtraction of ornamentation, and the composition of a product that draws beauty from its form. Parentesi Lamp Achille Castiglioni and Pio Manzù
/images/products/thumbs/434.jpg Well-known for their clean lines and minimalist designs, Erwan and Ronan Bouroullec demonstrate how a formal reduction and simplicity of design can breathe life into objects that are both useful and elegant in their LED table lamp, Piani. Piani Table Lamp Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec
/images/products/thumbs/344.jpg Part of the MaMo Nouchies series designed in tandem by Ingo Maurer and Dagmar Mambach, the Poul Poul table lamp was influenced by sculptor Isamu Noguchi's use of folded paper. Plain sheets of handmade paper are transformed into different shapes by folding and pulling the paper, all done by hand. Poul Poul Table Lamp Ingo Maurer
/images/products/thumbs/167.jpg Made of natural concrete, Davide Groppi's Q, a play on the word cube, provides an up light which is at home on the table, shelf or floor. The minimalist form houses a 75 watt halogen bulb. Q Lamp Davide Groppi
/images/products/thumbs/341.jpg Designed by mathematics professor Raimond Puts, Moooi's Raimond Suspension Light is a sphere created from a series of triangular shapes. The intricate inner and outer frames are joined at the LED terminals creating an ethereal lighting fixture. Raimond Suspension Light OX-ID and Raimond Puts
/images/products/thumbs/805.jpg Organic, mouth blown Murano glass is formed into a sinuous, glowing lamp. Providing warm, diffused light, Neweba's Roccia lamp can rest on the floor or large table and adds a dramatic, monolithic element to any room. Roccia Lamp Neweba
/images/products/thumbs/813.jpg Playful and sculptural, Lahumiere Design's Rondo Wall Lamp plays with the motion of rotating circles. Light passes between each circle creating gradients and amazing shadows. Rondo Wall Lamp Lahumiere Design
/images/products/thumbs/455.jpg Airy and light in form, Philippe Starck's Rosy Angelis Floor Lamp features a loose drape of lightweight polyester fabric acting as the shade, set atop a delicate aluminum tripod base in a grey finish. Rosy Angelis Floor Lamp Philippe Starck
/images/products/thumbs/340.jpg Inspired by the plaster molding in his own home, Marcel Wanders' Skygarden suspension light for Flos features a small garden-like escape viewed simply by looking up into the globe fixture. A surprise interior, intricate old-fashioned details including leaves, flowers, and branches balance with the clean, minimal exterior. Skygarden S1 Suspension Light Marcel Wanders
/images/products/thumbs/544.jpg Named in reference to the legendary Italian painter Giotto di Bondone who drew a perfect freehand circle in the late Middle Ages, Sorry Giotto 3 Floor Lamp elevates the circle to a new level that blends sculpture with functionality. Sorry Giotto 3 Floor Lamp Catellani&Smith
/images/products/thumbs/332.jpg Originally created for the restaurant and beer-house of the same name in 1960, Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni's Splugen Brau by Flos is a classic pendant light that still retains its modern appeal. Splugen Brau Pendant Light Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni
/images/products/thumbs/465.jpg Designer Sebastian Wrong reduces the form of the archetypal lamp to its most essential lines in the Spun Floor Lamp, resulting in a bold and sleek design. Emphasizing simplicity and fluidity in form, the lamp is made from machined aluminum and spun into shape. Spun Floor Lamp Sebastian Wrong
/images/products/thumbs/281.jpg Bold and sleek, the Spun T1 Table Lamp by Sebastian Wrong for Flos emphasizes simplicity in its fluid form. Made from machined aluminum and spun into shape, the light embraces modern manufacturing processes to ensure a high level of detail. Spun T1 Table Lamp Sebastian Wrong
/images/products/thumbs/510.jpg Innovative, playful and strikingly simple, the StickBulb Large Table Torch personifies Rux design studio's enthusiastic drive to create work that is both captivating and carefully-executed. Wooden scraps of maple, walnut, reclaimed southern yellow pine and reclaimed ipe wood from the coney island boardwalk are seamlessly embedded with a strip of LEDs to create a unique light. Stickbulb Large Table Torch Lamp RUX
/images/products/thumbs/509.jpg Strikingly unique and visually captivating, Rux design studio's Bang series of StickBulb lighting is an innovative update to the traditional floor lamp that playful yet simple. For this unique piece, wooden scraps of maple, walnut, reclaimed southern yellow pine or reclaimed ipe wood from the coney island boardwalk are paired with a strip of LEDs which have been seamlessly embedded into the wood. Stickbulb LED Bang Floor Lamp RUX
/images/products/thumbs/508.jpg Innovative, playful and strikingly simple, the StickBulb Floor Torch by Rux is both captivating and carefully-executed. For this unique floor lamp, wooden scraps of maple, walnut, reclaimed southern yellow pine or reclaimed ipe wood from the Coney Island boardwalk are paired with a strip of LEDs which have been seamlessly embedded into the wood. Stickbulb LED Floor Torch Lamp RUX
/images/products/thumbs/507.jpg Innovative, playful and strikingly simple, the Stickbulb Small Table Torch personifies Rux design studio's enthusiastic drive to create work that is both captivating and carefully-executed. Wooden scraps of maple, walnut, reclaimed southern yellow pine and reclaimed ipe wood from the coney island boardwalk are seamlessly embedded with a strip of LEDs to create a unique light. Stickbulb Small Table Torch Lamp RUX
/images/products/thumbs/861.jpg Minimal and poetic like a pencil line drawn in the air, Michael Anastassiades' String Light is a study in reduction and simplicity of form. Inspired by train travel, the designer saw the perfectly parallel electrical cables run along the tracks. String Light Michael Anastassiades
/images/products/thumbs/473.jpg A practical lamp with strong character, Thomas Bernstrand's Studio pendant lamp is a study in reducing the archetypal industrial lamp to its essence. Realized in cast aluminum that has been sandblasted and powder coated giving the appearance of cast iron, the pendant lamp reflects the contemporaneous tendency to interpret classic designs with a modern approach. Studio Pendant Light Thomas Bernstrand
/images/products/thumbs/457.jpg A modern lighting fixture that is both simple and functional, Barber Osgerby's Tab F1 floor lamp references the designer's signature style though the form's combination of angles and subtle radiuses. A ceramic reflector gives a pure and controllable light. Tab F1 LED Floor Lamp Barber Osgerby
/images/products/thumbs/158.jpg Simple, clean lines create a modern form in Tab, Barber Osgerby's practical table lamp. The simplicity of form contrasts with the technical characteristics of the ceramic reflector which gives a pure and controllable light. Tab LED Table Lamp Barber Osgerby
/images/products/thumbs/354.jpg Created by prolific Italian designers Achille Castiglioni and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, the Flos Taccia Table Lamp provides both indirect and reflected light in an ingenious way. A large mouth-blown glass form acts as diffuser for a metal reflector. Taccia Table Lamp Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni
/images/products/thumbs/361.jpg With a form reduced to its most essential elements, designer Neil Poulton's Talak LED Floor Lamp for Artemide combines a striking minimal form with optimum lighting performance. Talak LED Floor Lamp Neil Poulton
/images/products/thumbs/339.jpg With a simple, archetypal form, Alexander Taylor's Tank S2 Pendant Light for Established and Sons features repetitious and rhythmic folds of sheet metal which provide a dramatic effect. Tank S2 Pendant Light Alexander Taylor
/images/products/thumbs/159.jpg A poetic expression of illumination by Tokujin Yoshioka. An orb of light floats within the transparent crystal glass globe of the Tear Drop. Scaled to the size of a human heart, it is not a lighting fixture, but a design of light, itself. Tear Drop Table Lamp Tokujin Yoshioka
/images/products/thumbs/162.jpg An essential shape and light structure are the characteristics of the Three Sixty task lamp. It is a jointed and directional lamp, provided with two special patent pending joints allowing the arm and the stem to rotate 300 degrees each, thus adjusting the light emission in accordance to personal needs. Three Sixty Desk Lamp Sir Norman Foster
/images/products/thumbs/920.jpg The ToFU Table Lamp was designed by Japanese Tokujin Yoshioka, one of the foremost practitioners of refined minimalist design and art. ToFu expresses the essence of good design and pays homage to the father of minimalism Donald Judd. ToFU Table Lamp Tokujin Yoshioka
/images/products/thumbs/317.jpg The extendable Toio Floor Lamp, designed by the prolific designers Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, was part of a series of ready-made products that borrowed from the philosophies of the Dada art movement. Inspired by a car headlight, the designers used found objects as the basis for the floor lamp. Toio Floor Lamp Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni
/images/products/thumbs/474.jpg More than a simple lampshade, Iskos-Berlin's Under The Bell pendant light creates a unique environment that establishes a space within the bigger space of the room. The large shade of the lamp embraces and shelters the people below it both physically and in a more abstract sense. Under The Bell Pendant Light Iskos-Berlin
/images/products/thumbs/796.jpg Based in the Netherlands, Ay Illuminate produces rich, textural lighting in Asia and Africa. Inspired by nature and various cultures, the Urchin Tall Bamboo Pendant Light features an organic shape and natural materials. Urchin Bamboo Pendant Light Ay Illuminate
/images/products/thumbs/342.jpg Designed in 1962 by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, the Viscontea pendant light remains a classic staple of modern lighting design. With its unique "cocoon" resin exterior, the suspension fixture is iconic and identifiable. Viscontea Pendant Light Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni
/images/products/thumbs/279.jpg A highly technical object, a task lamp must combine several necessary parts into a design which that is both functional and easy to use. For Wastberg, Swedish designers Claesson Koivisto Rune have melded a floor lamp with a task lamp in the w081f1 LED Floor Lamp, creating a minimal, practical design. w081f LED Floor Lamp Claesson Koivisto Rune
/images/products/thumbs/278.jpg A highly technical object, a task lamp must combine several necessary parts into a design that is both functional and easy to use. For Wastberg, Swedish designers Claesson Koivisto Rune concealed the the parts and concerns of typical task lamps in the w081t2 LED Task Lamp, creating a minimal, practical design. w081t2 LED Task Lamp Claesson Koivisto Rune
/images/products/thumbs/275.jpg An innovative LED desk lamp, Jean Marie Massaud's w083t for Wastberg exemplifies the designer's ability to create modern, organic forms which are undeniably contemporary and timeless. w083t LED Desk Lamp Jean-Marie Massaud
/images/products/thumbs/277.jpg Maarten Van Severen's w111f LED floor lamp is refined, pure and honest; characterized by its simplicity. In his designs, the Belgian designer aimed to achieve optimal perfection in form, detail and execution. w111f LED Floor Lamp Maarten Van Severen
/images/products/thumbs/276.jpg Maarten Van Severen's w111t LED table lamp is refined, pure and honest; characterized by its simplicity. In his designs, the Belgian designer aimed to achieve optimal perfection in form, detail and execution. w111t LED Desk Lamp Maarten Van Severen
/images/products/thumbs/154.jpg Naoto Fukasawa's Wan lamp, meaning bowl in Japanese, sits on a floor and when placed at an arbitrary angle emits a vague ring of light like a snow lantern. Wan Lamp Naoto Fukasawa
/images/products/thumbs/911.jpg The Wanda Outdoor Floor Light designed by Leonard Palden is inspired by a minimal fishing rod. The thin neck of the light blurs with the outdoor landscape. Wanda Outdoor Floor Light Leonard Palden
/images/products/thumbs/174.jpg A member of Ingo Maurer's MaMo Nouchies, Ysmen combines visual beauty with technical sophistication. Ysmen is a transcendent creation, an inspirational combination of paper, metal and stainless steel. Ysmen Table Lamp Ingo Maurer
/images/products/thumbs/625.jpg Aluminum and bamboo unite in the Z Light Desk Lamp by Ming Yang & Alain Lee. Precise and linear in form, the minimal lamp provides direct task lighting by way of advanced LED technology. Reduced to its most essential form, this light is visually and operationally intuitive. Z Light LED Desk Lamp Alain Lee & Ming Yang
/images/products/thumbs/171.jpg Consisting of love letters written in different languages, Ingo Maurer's Zettel'z 5 encourages the user to interact with the lighting fixture by arranging the sheets of paper to form a chandelier. Zettel'z 5 Chandelier Ingo Maurer
/images/products/thumbs/774.jpg Capturing the poetic essence of Ingo Maurer's lighting design, the iconic Zettel'z 6 Chandelier invites the owner to participate in the design. A blend of art, sculpture, and light, Zettel'z 6 is composed of 80 pieces of Japenese paper that, with typical tongue-in-cheek fashion of Maurer, are secured to stainless steel wires with paperclips. Zettel'z 6 Chandelier Ingo Maurer