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As architectural elements, lighting fixtures for the wall exhibit a sense of harmony between product and surface through an intrinsic sensitivity to installation, form and function. Luminaire's wall lights and sconces showcase poetic restraint in design and a technical understanding for easy installation and long term function. Here, lights from Ingo Maurer - showing his famous combination of humor, technology and material - are presented beside Davide Groppi's elegantly reduced minimalist fixtures.

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/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/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/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/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/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/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/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/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