Transparent mouthblown glass brings this pendant light's bulb into clear view, allowing it to illuminate a room without any obstruction.
- Lately we've noticed a resurgent love affair with the lightbulb. Whether it's unique shades acting as a glowing showcase or the bare bulbs themselves, we dig this look.
We briefly spotted these big, brilliant pendants in a showroom in Milan and, like a poignant Craigslist missed connection, have been pining for them ever since. Then a serendipituous web search brought them back to us! They're made by French company Jieldé, whose Signal lamps are a mid-century industrial standard, and we've spent the afternoon daydreaming about which of the 18 colors offered we like best.
The bare-naked bulb’s basic curves are exposed in all their classic beauty, as the E27 pendant lamp proves that simplicity is not just electric, it’s sexy.
- Studio Dunn debuts new, blown-glass bulb lighting at the 25th annual International Contemporary Furniture Fair in New York.
The Random Light, by Bertjan Pot for Moooi, has a cocoon-like form is crafted of durable epoxy and fiberglass. The body is a unified piece; lightbulb access and replacement is carried out though an opening in the top. Uses 1 X 100W max medium base incandescent bulb.
Designer Jeremy Pyles appreciates the transparency of a blown-glass shade, which allows the filament bulb a chance to shine. Pharos emits a warm glow despite its cool, clear exterior.