Laura Kirar's Filamento chandelier for Arteriors.
Photo: Courtesy of Arteriors

7 Ways to Invigorate Your Home’s Lighting Design

These sculptural chandeliers and table lamps transform any space using shapes and shine

Hervé Van der Straeten Lustre Cristallin chandelier. Photo: Courtesy of Ralph Pucci

1. Hearkening to his jewelry practice, Hervé Van der Straeten’s Lustre Cristallin combines faceted shapes and rock crystal.

Konstantin Grcic Noctambule blown-glass vessels. Photo: Courtesy of FLOS

2. German designer Konstantin Grcic’s Noctambule blown-glass vessels appear almost invisible by day but gleam with bright LED rings at night.

John Pomp Eclipse pendant. Photo: Martin of Crook

3. Philadelphia glass artist John Pomp is known for conjuring ethereal pendants, like the two-tone, handblown Eclipse orbs.

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Roll & Hill’s Coax suspended light. Photo: Courtesy of Roll & Hill

4. Brooklyn-based Roll & Hill collaborates with innovators like John Hogan, who imagined Coax, a weightless collection of suspended tubes.

Bevolo Cotton Exchange lantern in copper. Photo: Courtesy of Bevolo

5. Handmade in New Orleans since 1945, Bevolo’s lanterns, like this copper Cotton Exchange design, are available in both gas and electric outdoor lighting.

Laura Kirar’s Filamento chandelier for Arteriors. Photo: Courtesy of Arteriors

6. The tropical textures of Laura Kirar’s Filamento chandelier for Arteriors create a golden drum from an explosion of rattan.

Niamh Barry, Underneath, (2018). Photo: Courtesy of Maison Gerard

7. Dublin artist Niamh Barry’s standing light sculpture Underneath (2018) captures the strength of the human form in patinated bronze.

A version of this article first appeared in print in our 2020 Spring Issue under the headline “Light Fantastic.” Subscribe to the magazine.

Cover: Laura Kirar's Filamento chandelier for Arteriors.
Photo: Courtesy of Arteriors


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