Swirl LED Pendant by Stephen Blackman
for Blackjack Lighting
While many LED lighting fixtures simply swap out and old light source for its energy-efficient counterpart, the Swirl Pendant started with the LED and designed around it. The shape is a high-tech, deconstructed version of a classic sphere pendant, created with a series of bright Satin-Nickel-finished aluminum arcs, each affixed with a flexible LED strip.
CSYS by Jake Dyson
The son of high-profile inventor James Dyson—already a household name in vacuums and fans—Jake Dyson spent six years researching ways to improve the common desk lamp. The result is CSYS desk and floor lamps, which are built to last more than 37 years (thanks to advanced heat pipe technology packed inside), and to allow stable, droop free positioning of light wherever you need it.
Irene Outdoor Ceiling Fan
A perfect mix of rustic and modern styles, Irene brings serious style to a porch or patio. This swift style and minimal profile was inspired by the golden age of aviation with three propeller-shaped blades that have been precision cut from solid mahogany. Irene is powered by an extremely efficient (and extra quiet) DC motor.
by AXO Light
Winner of a 2012 Good Design Award, the Nafir Suspension began with designer Karim Rashid's thought of light as a complement to sound. For inspiration, Rashid was struck by the idea of flat surfaces becoming transformed into fluid shapes, with Nafir taking the form of a surface being pulled upward. The result is a sculptural, trumpet-like shape that is striking even when unlit, and LED lights make it a functional panorama of light and shape.
An award-winning collection of sculptural lighting creations in all forms of artisan glass. The brand combines artisan-blown and kiln-fired fused glass, hand-hewn steel and other authentic materials with surprising contemporary design and meticulous attention to detail. Lighting by Hammerton Studio is made in the USA and is available exclusively at Lumens.com.
A collection built by architects who wanted to return to what they loved about their craft: design, drawing and making things by hand. Graypants scrap lights literally turn trash into treasured modern lighting, using discarded cardboard boxes, newspapers and wood and making daily dumpster dives to salvage clean cardboard and create these ultra-unique contemporary fixtures.