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Searching the globe for the best in good design, Luminaire's collection is constantly evolving to reflect our latest finds. Whether locating young, up-and-coming designers or finding the best new piece from designer's with whom we share a relationship, our new products highlight our unending quest to bring you, our clients, the freshest in contemporary design.
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/images/products/thumbs/1484.jpg Agape's 100 Lamp mixes a utilitarian design with refined materials for a charming light that mounts on the wall or ceiling. Inspired by the ubiquitous industrial fixtures found around the world, the simple light fixture utilizes pure geometric forms to create a stunning expression that is anything but common. 100 Wall / Ceiling Lamp Benedini Associati
/images/products/thumbs/1450.jpg Expressing the designer's grand passion for Murano glass, Ivan Baj's Alfra Table Lamp utilizes a historic material in a modern way. Warm, inviting light radiates from the lamp and, as it passes through the glass, captures the tiny bubbles present for a playful and poetic display of light. Afra Table Lamp Ivan Baj
/images/products/thumbs/1473.jpg Capturing the sublime beauty of simplicity, Belgian designer Michael Verheyden combines basic geometric shapes and the most elemental of materials to create quietly poetic objects for the home. The Apertivo Serving Tray exemplifies his sophisticated approach to design. Aperitivo Round Serving Trays Michael Verheyden
/images/products/thumbs/1465.jpg Architecturally inspired, Victor Vasilev's B3 Side Table exhibits the designer's characteristic sensitivity to material and form. Rendered in pure white, the side table is distinctive in design thanks to its stacked nature; it's three planes of steel are arranged at varying heights, each slightly off center from the one below. B3 Side Table Victor Vasilev
/images/products/thumbs/1454.jpg Cozy accommodations for our feathered friends. Bringing honest and simple design to the pet world, Andreu Carulla's Bird and Breakfast is a modern modular home and feeder for small garden birds. Bird and Breakfast Andreu Carulla
/images/products/thumbs/1449.jpg Lars Zech creates sculptural objects that revive the strength, energy, and majesty of downed trees. Using a chainsaw, the artist cuts away at the raw material until he achieves the simple, geometric form of the Block Oak Stool. Block Oak Stool Lars Zech
/images/products/thumbs/1466.jpg Invoking the same complex and fluid forms found in her iconic architecture, the Braid Vase by Zaha Hadid captures her same exuberant style that helped shape the landscape of contemporary architecture. Rising exuberantly from its base, the vase is comprised of four vertical petals which intertwine to create a dramatic braid-like structure. Braid Vase Zaha Hadid
/images/products/thumbs/1462.jpg Victor Vasilev sculptural Bukva Bookcase upends the archetypal and instead appears as a work of art hanging on the wall. With a rhythmic appearance of five rectilinear panels of different dimensions, the surface of Bukva creates a dynamic series of planes that break up the fixed images of the wall. Bukva Bookcase Victor Vasilev
/images/products/thumbs/1350.jpg A sublime design for a chaotic world. Imbued with Konstantin Grcic's signature ability to chart unexplored territories through minimalist design, the Chaos Armchair represents a turning point in the renowned German designer's career. Chaos Black Edition Armchair Konstantin Grcic
/images/products/thumbs/1459.jpg Driven by his passion for sustainability, Domingos Totora draws inspiration from his surroundings in Brazil to create an imaginative collection of objects made of natural fibers and pigments. In his CMV Centerpiece, the circular dish distinguished by its repetition of parallel lines which create the bowl's form. CMV Centerpiece Gardeco
/images/products/thumbs/1463.jpg Fujiwara Woodworking's Cypress Scented Wood Bottles feature the familiar form of the archetypal bottle cleverly crafted in wood. This witty exchange of material is more than an aesthetic choice - it serves to engage the sense of smell with its fragrant nature. Cypress Scented Wood Bottles Fujiwara Woodworking
/images/products/thumbs/1488.jpg A minimal expression of pure functionality, Agape's Diapason Toilet Roll Holder is a clever way to hold and store toilet paper in the bathroom. The toilet roll holder utilizes standard tubular stainless steel to create its utilitarian form which keeps extra rolls on hand and visible. Diapason Toilet Roll Holder Marco Zito
/images/products/thumbs/1467.jpg A creative meditation on the ubiquitous paper envelope. In her Envelope Vases, New York-based ceramicist Romi Hefetz translates the essence of the humble paper envelope into a collection of unique porcelain vases that are elegantly simple. Envelope Vases Romi Hefetz
/images/products/thumbs/1461.jpg Within its slim and linear form, the FJU Desk hides dual functions. Thanks to an invisible mechanism, the impossibly simple desk can be used as a small workspace or folded vertically against the wall to serve as storage. Designed by Cologne-based studio Kaschkasch, the practical wall-mounted folding desk is perfect when space is at a premium. FJU Desk Kaschkasch Cologne
/images/products/thumbs/1492.jpg Serving and presenting appetizers gets a well-designed set of useful tools. The Fold Cheese Board and Knife is a clever collection that features unique details within a minimal design. Fold Cheese Board and Knife shibui
/images/products/thumbs/1460.jpg An elegant study in geometry and movement, the Galileo Mirror is in a state of constant balance. Designed by Mario Ferrarini, the mirror is like a pendulum, gracefully suspended from its mount by a thin wire that bisects the circular design. Galileo Mirror Mario Ferrarini
/images/products/thumbs/1468.jpg A clever design that is delightful in its simplicity. Designed by Masayuki Kurokawa, the Gom Rubber Coasters each feature a hexagonal pattern of circles that fit together to conserve space and make sure one doesn't go missing. Gom Rubber Coasters - Set of 2 Masayuki Kurokawa
/images/products/thumbs/1455.jpg Expressions of joy become an artistic installation in Selma Abdon Calheira's Happy Faces Wall Sculpture. With 14 heads of varying sizes, the figurative sculpture adds life to the wall with its exploration of the faces of happiness, love, and excitement. Happy Faces Wall Sculpture Selma Calheira
/images/products/thumbs/1456.jpg Translating to "men of clay," Homens De Barro is a set of seven primitive figural sculptures that poetically represent the prototype of the hard worker. Designed by Brazilian artist Selma Abdon Calheira, these figures portray a fictional story of the simple, courageous people who, despite many setbacks, find the strength to continue thriving. Homens de Barro - Set of 7 Selma Calheira
/images/products/thumbs/1490.jpg The How To Live Canvas Tote Bags are designed to enhance your daily life with their thoughtful details and minimal aesthetic. Made of durable thick canvas, the bags feature clean lines and unobtrusive aesthetic of the tote bags transcend passing styles and instead presents an enduring design that is appropriate for various daily activities. How To Live Canvas Tote Bags How To Live
/images/products/thumbs/1471.jpg In Italian designer Denis Guidone's Kokeshi Bottle, the collectible wooden Japanese dolls inspired the bottle's unique form. Here, a slender borosilicate glass vessel references the doll's body while a bulbous cork stopper references the doll's enlarged head. Kokeshi Bottle Denis Guidone
/images/products/thumbs/1470.jpg In Italian designer Denis Guidone's Kokeshi Oil Bottle, the collectible wooden Japanese doll inspired the bottle's unique form. Here, a slender borosilicate glass vessel references the doll's body while a bulbous cork stopper references the doll's enlarged head. Kokeshi Oil Bottle Denis Guidone
/images/products/thumbs/1469.jpg Inspired by a traditional wooden Japanese doll, Denis Guidone's Kokeshi collection translates the collectible's iconic form into a collection of glass and cork tabletop accessories. Just like the dolls that inspired them, the form of the bottles are made of a slender glass vessel topped with an enlarged cork top. Kokeshi Salt and Pepper Bottles Denis Guidone
/images/products/thumbs/1472.jpg A sinuous glass form inspired by nature. In her Liquid Sense Oil and Vinegar Bottles, designer Rianne Koens translates the curvaceous and organic forms found in nature into a glass and cork accessory for the tabletop. Liquid Sense Oil and Vinegar Bottles Rianne Koens
/images/products/thumbs/1452.jpg Through reduction, designers Maurizio Mancini and Davide Groppi reveal an elegant purity of form and vision in each poetic light they create. In the Masai Floor Lamp, this reduction results in a minimal linear fixture that is the perfect solution for lighting pictures and paintings on the wall. Masai Floor Lamp Maurizio Mancini
/images/products/thumbs/1489.jpg Clever in its simplicity, the understated Mini Magnetic Business Card Case is the perfect on-the-go accessory. The monochromatic case is designed to effortlessly and tastefully hold and organize business cards, credit cards, receipts and more. Mini Magnetic Business Card Case Legami Milano
/images/products/thumbs/1476.jpg A clear expression of material, the MVE Marble Rectangular Tray captures the minimal design ethos of its creator, Michael Verheyden. Through thoughtful reduction and attention to proportion, the designer has transformed a ubiquitous home accessory into a quietly poetic object that is sophisticated and sculptural. MVE Marble Rectangular Tray Michael Verheyden
/images/products/thumbs/1477.jpg Combining the pure geometric form of the circle with the natural beauty of marble, the Noccioline Marble Round Serving Tray is a quietly poetic object that elevates the common tray from ubiquitous to unique. Designed by Michael Verheyden, the bianco venatino marble tray is crafted by hand in his Genk, Belgium studio and exudes a sensual tactile quality from its smoothly honed finish. Noccioline Marble Round Serving Tray Michael Verheyden
/images/products/thumbs/1493.jpg Minimal in its design, the Ogi Pen and Pencil Holder cleverly conceals the object's true function. Two bronze panels unfold to reveal a paper fan-like element that contains multiple openings to hold pens and pencils when needed. Ogi Pen And Pencil Holder Tizen Kints and Athanasios Babalis
/images/products/thumbs/1483.jpg The Otto Watt LED Desk Lamp is a modern reinterpretation of the classic spring task lamp that has been thoughtfully designed to effortlessly provide precise lighting exactly where needed. Designed by Alberto Meda and Paolo Rizzatto, the innovative lamp features a striking design with slim yet solid lines that provides a stability and easy handling. Otto Watt LED Desk Lamp Alberto Meda and Paolo Rizzatto
/images/products/thumbs/1478.jpg Recalling his experience in leathercraft from his successful career as a handbag designer, Michael Verheyden's Patille Small Leather Box shows a softer side of the minimal designer's aesthetic. The black, pill-shaped box a rich black calfskin leather and allows users to hold small objects both securely and in style. Patille Small Leather Box Michael Verheyden
/images/products/thumbs/1451.jpg A thoroughly modern update on the classic Japanese lantern, the Picnic Outdoor Floor Lamp is a portable light that provides inviting illumination anywhere outdoors. Designed by Omar Carraglia and Davide Groppi, the light echoes the duo's ability to create minimal objects that contain a sense of poetry and wonder. Picnic Outdoor Floor Lamp Omar Carraglia
/images/products/thumbs/1494.jpg Combining simple function with elevated beauty, the Pop Corkscrew by Athanasios Babalis is a whimsical way to open wine. The unique design adds a fun twist to the common bar accessory: with a quick twist, the sinuous handle is designed to spin rapidly on a surface in precise balance just like the traditional childhood spinning top toys. Pop Corkscrew Athanasios Babalis
/images/products/thumbs/1457.jpg Distinguished by its radiating texture, the Prato Comeia Plate by Selma Abdon Calheira is a dynamic sculpture that intrigues the senses. Recalling a primitive wood carving, the surface of the round ceramic platter is covered in a mesmerizing pattern of triangular markings. Prato Comeia Plate Selma Calheira
/images/products/thumbs/1487.jpg The Rivoli Side Table, with its decisive lines and an acute sensitivity to material, form, and proportion, exemplifies Eileen Gray's revolutionary theories of design and construction. Originally intended to be used as a tea table in her living room, the graceful and lightweight design doubles as a versatile piece of furniture and features shelves that swivel to bring fruit, pastries or sweets within easy reach and a tabletop can be extended by raising a side leaf. Rivoli Side Table Eileen Gray
/images/products/thumbs/1495.jpg A fresh take on an original idea, the Scraplights Disc Pendant Lamps are a series of impactful suspended lights creatively made in cardboard. Available in white or natural versions, the sculptural lights feature a sinuous disc-shaped form that is created by stacking successive layers of cut cardboard of differing sizes. Scraplights Disc Pendant Lamp Amsterdam Studios
/images/products/thumbs/1496.jpg Bringing the beauty of the moon into the home, these lamps offer a fresh take on an original ideal. The Scraplights Moon Pendant Lamps are impactful suspended lights creatively made in cardboard which reveal interesting diffusions of light to create a strong presence in any room. Scraplights Moon Pendant Lamp Amsterdam Studios
/images/products/thumbs/1475.jpg Belgian designer Michael Verheyden uses basic geometric shapes and noble materials to create objects that exude a sense of quiet poetry. Pure in form and material, his Segment 40 Marble Round Platter is a striking centerpiece for the table crafted from a single piece of marble in his Genk, Belgium studio. Segment 40 Marble Round Platter Michael Verheyden
/images/products/thumbs/1444.jpg Form meets function in the Silo Bottle, a double-walled insulated vessel that keeps beverages at their intended temperature longer. Made of glass, the pure and modern design of the bottle is an attractive addition to the tabletop and may be mixed and matched with the rest of the Silo collection for a cohesive tablescape. Silo Bottle Silodesign
/images/products/thumbs/1480.jpg Innovative in its functionality and charming in its design, Agape's Spin Mirror makes the most of the daily grooming and bathing routine. With two circular mirrors surrounded by a clean wood frame, the design of the mirror is pure and sensual. Spin Mirror Benedini Associati
/images/products/thumbs/1453.jpg With deep appreciation of his material, German sculptor Lars Zech uses his chainsaw to reveal sculptural forms hidden inside downed trees found in the Black Forrest. The Stone Oak Sculpture is the result of the artist's dialogue with wood sourced from giants trees that have been fallen due to disease, age, or weather damage. Stone Oak Sculpture Lars Zech
/images/products/thumbs/1458.jpg Capturing the essence of human emotion, Belgian artist Ann Vrielinck creates expressive figurative sculptures. In her Striving Sculpture, four abstracted figures become intertwined and contort as they reach together with arms outstretched towards a single upright figure. Striving Sculpture Ann Vrielinck
/images/products/thumbs/1482.jpg An expressive sketch rendered in metal. When viewed stationary, Antonio Sciortino's Tale Deep Bowl features a silhouette that resembles a line drawing. But, begin to move and the three-dimensional nature of the centerpiece comes to life. Tale Deep Bowl Serax Maison
/images/products/thumbs/1481.jpg A reintroduction of a classic Dutch design, Ruud Jan Kokke's TC Stool is a super-light and portable stacking stool that utilizes innovative materials and production techniques. The stool's design is a response to its original requirements of being used by visitors to the museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam to take along during guided tours. TC Stool Ruud Jan Kokke
/images/products/thumbs/1486.jpg Mixing function with aesthetics, the Ted Adjustable Height Bathroom Table is a clever solution intended to help organize the bathroom. Designed by Daniele Dalla Pellegrina, the freestanding fixture features a shelf, towel rail, and toilet roll holder so essential items always close at hand. Ted Adjustable Height Bathroom Table Daniele Dalla Pellegrina
/images/products/thumbs/1474.jpg A poetic exploration of form and material. Belgian designer Michael Verheyden uncovers the sublime beauty of simplicity in basic geometric shapes and noble materials. In his Tophe and Fruitte Marble Containers With Oak Lid, two sophisticated materials join in harmony. Tophe and Fruitte Marble Round Containers Michael Verheyden
/images/products/thumbs/1435.jpg A clever salt and pepper set that turns the tabletop staple on its side. Schmuck + Gerat's Tube Salt and Pepper Shakers feature two stainless steel cylinders that rest on an arched wooden base recalling the image of chopsticks set on their rest. Tube Salt & Pepper Shakers - Limited Edition Schmuck + Gerat
/images/products/thumbs/1479.jpg Craft and design unite in a set of sophisticated leather catchalls by the Belgian designer Michael Verheyden. Recalling his experience in leathercraft from his successful career as a handbag designer, Verheyden's Vide Poche shows the designer's understanding of leatherworking and exhibits a softer side of the minimal designer's aesthetic. Vide Poche - Set of Five Michael Verheyden
/images/products/thumbs/1464.jpg Elevate your sushi experience with finely crafted chopsticks from Japan. Fujiwara Woodworking's Washi Chopsticks highlight an artistry and craft that elevate the utensil from ubiquitous to uncommon. Washi Chopsticks - Set Of 12 Fujiwara Woodworking