Designed by the Swiss architect in 1957.
Of aluminum construction, this lamp features a shade that swivels 360 degrees and an arm that tilts 90 degrees. It has a dimmer control, is scratch resistant and is contructed of mostly recyclable materials. It won Best in Show and Best Lighting Design at Neocon 2007. It is also available as a floor lamp.
A simple end table with a storage component, the Ossington features a unique walnut ply top, and is available with a stainless steel or black powder-coated base.
Made to order in the heart of Los Angeles from luxurious foreign fabrics, the 600-thread-count Sei duvet cover is cut and sewn at Matteo’s factory, which is adjacent to its design studio. From there the finished product is garment dyed (a rarity among bed linens because it produces slight variations in color between batches) just miles away in downtown L.A.
A magnetic platform supports this lamp, which spins 360 degrees. An infared switch detects movement, so turning it on and off is as simple as a wave of the hand.
Free of hinges or knobs, this 2008 piece is designed by James Irvine and features three pivot points, all of which can tilt 360 degrees.
Inspired by the classic pantograph task lamp, Link is designed with a dual-purposed shade-handle. It is adjustable to 360 degrees.
- Las Vegas designer Logan Hendrickson makes versatile, industrial-inspired lighting that won't break the bank.