Geometric Lighting for the Home

Let there be light with fixtures defined by bold shapes and forms

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When lit, the glass shapes in the Stelle Filanti fixture by ATELIER OÏ illuminate the leather sculpture that suspends them, creating pleasing patterns of illumination
The Stelle Filanti fixture by Atelier OÏ.

When lit, the glass shapes in the Stelle Filanti fixture by Atelier Oï illuminate the leather sculpture that suspends them, creating pleasing patterns of illumination.

Designed by Shoichi Uchiyama for Louis Poulsen, the Enigma lamp is a deconstructed version of a traditional chandelier, reducing the concept to a series of slim concentric circles
The Enigma lamp by Shoichi Uchiyama for Louis Poulsen.

Designed by Shoichi Uchiyama for Louis Poulsen, the Enigma lamp is a deconstructed version of a traditional chandelier, reducing the concept to a series of slim concentric circles.

Inspired by a sculpture found in a Paris flea market, the Erno lamp by Porta Romana plays on the structure of a Rubik’s Cube with its geometric abstract styling
The Erno lamp by Porta Romana plays on the structure of a Rubik’s Cube with its geometric abstract styling.

Inspired by a sculpture found in a Paris flea market, the Erno lamp by Porta Romana plays on the structure of a Rubik’s Cube with its geometric abstract styling.

Combining form and function, the Nimes tray table floor lamp by Kelly Wearstler offers artistry and utility in a single fixture
The Nimes tray table floor lamp by Kelly Wearstler.

Combining form and function, the Nimes tray table floor lamp by Kelly Wearstler offers artistry and utility in a single fixture.

The Wireflow ceiling fixture designed by Arik Levy for Vibia takes its shape from black electrical cables that create a sense of graphic transparency
The Wireflow ceiling fixture designed by Arik Levy for Vibia.

The Wireflow ceiling fixture designed by Arik Levy for Vibia takes its shape from black electrical cables that create a sense of graphic transparency. 

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