- In this Conversation Piece series, we take a look at 10 Statement Lights that are sure to grab attention, hold gaze, and spark a few discussions.
Designed by a mathematics professor, the Raimond Suspension lamp by Moooi is a sphere created from a series of triangular shapes. The intricate frames are joined at LED terminals. The electrical current is transported through the stainless spring steel frame.
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 chandelier can be changed. Created in homage to the famed German lighting designer, Dear Ingo is now part of the permanent collection of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Created by French designer Marc Sadler in 2008, this table lamp is made of composite lacquered material and feaures a lithe fiberglass base. It's available in four hues.
Created in 1962 by Italian brothers Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni for Flos, this iconic steel-and-marble lamp's design was based on the shape of a streetlight. A sturdy base anchors the form, while the graceful arch of the stainless-steel shade extends eight feet.
A revolutionary and much anticipated ultra-slim LED task light that is as fun to use as it is functional. LIM's L-shaped arm discreetly conceals an array of high-powered LED's and utilizes a magnet to attach to its base unit.
Designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1960 for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, Denmark, this modern classic features an asymmetrical shape and tilting head. AJ Table creates direct and angled illumination.
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.