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/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