The Justice Design Group Story
Two UCLA students got together for a ceramics project in 1985, and it didn't take them long to realize the potential they had in the ceramics lighting market niche. Justice Design Group was born not long after and quickly became the largest ceramics lighting manufacturer in the United States. The friends sold the company to Bruce Levin in the 1990s, but Justice lighting fixtures are still handcrafted and painted in Los Angeles, California, holding true to the students' educational roots.
Why We Love Justice Design Lighting
With over 200 shapes and 35 finish options to choose from, it's easy (and fun) to get lost in the choices. Justice Design lighting balances the delicate nature of glass, porcelain, ceramic and alabaster with durable hand-forged wrought iron and metals, and the handcrafted nature of their fixtures is beautifully evident, making each one earthy and unique. These transitional lighting fixtures add a strong, grounded look while remaining visually lightweight.
Fun Facts About Justice Design Group Lighting
Among their other options, Justice Design Group also offers a Bisque shade that you can actually paint.
Noteworthy Lighting from Justice Design Group
The Alabaster Rocks! collection is made of a mosaic of real alabaster rocks, creating a beautiful effect when illuminated.