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5 BRIGHT LIGHTS

January 25, 2017

If lighting is the jewelry of a room, then why not flash some color!
This week we highlight five designs, both old and new, that are sure to brighten up any space with their lively hues.
FLOWERPOT
Verner Panton, 1969
The iconic Flowerpot series is available as a pendant, cluster chandelier, and two versions of table lamps. These bright colors are a limited edition and available only while quantities last.
TOPAN
Verner Panton, 1959
The Topan pendant was originally designed for the Astoria hotel and restaurant in Norway. The simple modern bubble has a friendly mid-century vibe that is easy to love. Some colors are available in a limited stock.
GRASSHOPPER
Greta Grossman, 1948
The iconic Grasshopper floor lamp features a tubular steel tripod stand that leans back, with an elongated conical shade mounted onto an adjustable joint. The result is a sculptural, directional light that creates minimal glare.
TYPE 75™ x PAUL SMITH
Sir Kenneth Grange, 2016
“Edition Three” of Paul Smith’s redesign of the Type 75™ light by Anglepoise evokes the visual vocabulary of Dutch painter Mondrian’s De Stijl style of art. Launched in 2016, it is meant to coincide with the run up to 2017’s De Stijl centennial.
I FLAUTI
Giopato & Coombes, 2014
These glass pendants mix different techniques of traditional Murano glassblowing such as “ballotòn” and “filigrana”, and match historical Venetian colors inspired by sunsets over the floating city. In contrast, the custom-designed LED light source featuring up/down lighting is held within a contemporary hand-turned brass ring.

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