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Explore - Chandeliers
German designer Ingo Maurer created this playful piece out of metal and wings of actual goose feathers in 2005. Designed for rooms with low ceilings, it features ten low-voltage bulbs and...
Delicate leaves of bamboo and paper define this circa-1970 fixture, which was created by Ingo Maurer in Germany.
The Big Bang Chandelier has a powerfully structural luminous body, characterized by a play of shadow and light. It provides an intense, vivid and direct light and an airy appearance. Available in...
The hyper-hip borough of Brooklyn is home to Roll & Hill’s manufacturing hub, where Jason Miller’s ever-so-subtle Gothic-style Modo chandelier (4-sided, 15 globes) is made from a...
Though it looks like a topsy-turvy bouquet of bubbles, this chandelier's 37 individual bulbs were made with molten glass, not soap and water.
Matt Gagnon spent five days as window dressing during Design Week. The designer stood in the front display at the Future Perfect shop in NoHo, treating passersby to a live demonstration as he...
Like organic Capsela constructions hovering over the dining table, Lindsey Adelman’s Branching Bubbles chandeliers have a Brooklyn-born brand of industrial expressionism. The one-off quality...
This spare, modular chandelier's thin LED tubes define its 1970s throwback vibe.
An overlapping articulated asymmetrical design, rendered in a smooth ceramic pendant by industrial and bespoke product designer Matt Gagnon, creates softly glowing shadows and shapes.
The Dear Ingo challenges preconceptions about everyday objects. Composed from 16 individual task lamps, the whole creates a dynamic chandelier. The spots can be directed, and the shape of the...