Nightscaping by WAC Lighting
Leading the way in sustainable, efficient lighting, WAC Lighting embraces LED technology so fully you'd think they invented it. And nowhere are their rigorous standards for durability and performance appreciated more than outdoors. WAC's new Nightscaping collection demonstrates their commitment to innovation with streamlined, concealable, adjustable and weatherproof landscape lighting with features that dim, change color and adjust beam angles (just to name a few).
Ace by Troy Lighting
Focusing on handblown glass and hand-finished metals, California's Troy Lighting covers a range of aesthetic styles with a flair for originality. The Ace collection explores streamlined designs with distinct mid-century minimalism. Glossy opal glass is fixed to brushed brass with rough hand-worked iron, creating a dynamic textural experience. And all the fabric-covered cords are purposely exposed to further the vintage vibe in each fixture.
Doodle Pendant & Shar Pei Pendant by Terzani
Dedicated to elevating traditional Italian craftsmanship with world-class modern innovation, Terzani is a leader in luxury lighting. Their team of artisans and designers collaborate to evolve lighting beyond function, considering art and design as integral to their processes. Inspired by its namesake dog's wrinkly coat, the Shar Pei Pendant undulates with fluid, organic lines in handblown and pressed glass. And the Doodle Pendant draws its dynamic silhouette from our intertwining experiences, while its LED bulb can be placed anywhere on the fixture to reflect your individuality.
Dandelion Pendant by LZF
Working with just one material might seem limiting—but not for Spanish studio LZF. They work exclusively in a patented Timberlite wood veneer as malleable as their ideas, resulting in some seriously stunning fixtures. No exception is their Dandelion Pendant, which arranges cone-like shapes around individual LED centers that can be lit in sections or all at once. The silhouette recalls a dandelion puff, made modern and geometric, and easily speaks to varied aesthetics from mid-century modern to Scandinavian-like simplicity.
With a sleek, contemporary collection of indoor and outdoor fixtures, Kuzco Lighting is poised to make its mark on the world. The Canadian company is new to the U.S. market but has a more than 10-year history developing and perfecting its design and technological profiles. The line comprises efficient LED fixtures that require no drivers and have a near-perfect performance rate, and a balanced aesthetic ensures wide appeal across modern and more traditional design schemes.
Hammerton Studio 2016 Collections
Versatility takes center stage with the new 2016 line by Utah's Hammerton Studio. Artisan-blown glass is surprisingly modern with the faceted forms seen here in the Gem Bezel Ring Chandelier. Another highlight is the studio's signature expert metalwork, which once again impresses with the interpretive Tweed collection: This reworked idea of the classic fabric lampshade feels raw and urban when left with bare bulbs, or surprisingly refined when layered with a fabric or frosted glass shade.
A collective dedicated to producing handcrafted, original designs, Hungarian studio Intueri Light aims to challenge the values of mass production. By creating individual hand-spun metal and blown glass components, the production and design process is stripped to its most basic elements. This lets Intueri Light artisans rely on pure design principles and intuition—an apt methodology considering the name of this young company stems from the Latin for "intuitive."
Crown Major & Crown Minor Chandeliers by Nemo
Nemo was established to recreate styles from the "Golden Age" of Italian lighting design, focusing on modernist fixtures. Their stunning and popular reinventions of old-world chandeliers—the Crown Major and Crown Minor chandeliers—hang in upscale resorts and fashionable homes all over the world. Exclusive to Lumens is their new Gold finish, which adds a sense of luxurious warmth to these strongly geometric fixtures.
Based in the Czech Republic, Brokis creates modern glass art using traditional Bohemian glassmaking methods. World-renowned Czech and international designers realize their creative visions with award-winning results, continually adding innovation and intrigue to the Brokis portfolio. Expert glassblowing technique is required to produce the puffy glass cones that give the Muffin series their remarkably sleek and charming silhouettes. Natural oak bases ground the fixtures, and this exquisite contrast highlights the carefully chosen materials and skilled artistry upon which Brokis stakes its reputation.
Iacoli & McAllister
The carefully constructed designs by Seattle's Iacoli & McAllister reflect a mindful balance between positive and negative space, scale and proportion. While continually exploring new materials, the design duo also discovers new processes—like welding, laser-cutting and etching—that keep their creations fresh and ahead of the curve.
Family-owned Boyd Lighting has created heirloom-quality fixtures since its inception in San Francisco at the start of the Roaring '20s. Embracing the notion that decorative lighting enhances an overall architectural scheme, Boyd Lighting fixtures have evolved with a modern-day focus on energy efficiency, while retaining the same luxe quality and craftsmanship that made them desirable nearly 100 years ago.
Axia Pendant by Niche Modern
Niche Modern's Axia Pendant introduces to the brand’s already coveted collection a shapely new silhouette in a stunning array of colors. Clean and sexy, Axia does not stray from the principle of elegant simplicity that the design house was founded on. Each pendant is made by hand by Niche Modern’s team of artisans in Beacon, New York.