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Explore - Lighting
Pros: It’s short and squat, but this lamp's stubby looks—matte black shade, oiled oak legs, and aqua cord—grew on us. Changing bulbs is a breeze—just reach in from the top....
Pros: The linen shade and the chunky walnut base channel a mid-century vibe while bringing it up to date. You can also tilt the base to balance on one leg. Two lamps in one! ...
Pros: It’s affordable, dimmable, and available in six jewel-toned hues: yellow, red, hot pink, navy blue, sky blue, and bright green....
Pros: An attractive energy-efficient lamp on the market! An LED bulb illuminates the F/K/A. The design is pleasantly eccentric: The pull is reminiscent of a vintage library light, and a colorful...
Pros: If you desire maximum luminosity from a minimalist design, this one’s for you. Who says design can’t do a body good? Bright 1 is certified for bright-light therapy—a treat...
Maya, a modular Mermelada Estudio design, is a hexagonal, powder-coated, folded-steel pendant lamp that can be used alone or in a cluster to form a honeycomb of light. Almerich, based in Valencia,...
Like exotic turbans, Link floor and pendant light shades by Ray Power for Lzf lamps are composed of long paper-thin wood veneers wrapped around a single bulb. Founded by Marivi Calvo and Sandro...
Istanbul-based design duo Seyhan Özdemir and Sefer Çağlar of Autoban took a page from Warren Platner's book for this chic gold-plated steel lamp. We love the taper of this lamp's stem,...
Blu Dot hits another home run with this utterly simple, yet irresistably delightful table lamp. We're fans of the white version, which plays a muted backdrop to its rich red cord, but it's also...
Chipperfield's brass table lamp encapsulates the architect's luxe and streamlined vision with no visible joints and minimal directional movement.
Unbalanced unless it's propped up against a vertical plane, the Cirkel is a modern hybrid of floor and wall lamps.
This spare, modular chandelier's thin LED tubes define its 1970s throwback vibe.
Tactile and organic, these handmade pendants combine the neutral tones of kiln-fired terra-cotta with a shiny, white porcelain glaze.
Lightweight and powerful, the low-energy, high- output Channel series is made of anodized aluminum and acrylic, hickory, and painted steel.
An aluminium diffuser teetering on an attenuated steel base holds superslim LED lightbulbs and defies traditional desk lamp logic.
Up-and-coming Beijing studio, Lasfera, designed the Moolin lamps using a traditional Chinese method of heating and bending recyclable bamboo strips
A light-emitting acrylic tube contains 180 LEDs, which mimic old-school fluorescent bulbs with less eye strain and better energy efficiency.
Both sturdy and whimsical, the copper lamp is a tongue-in-cheek way to collect a full ten kilograms of metal deposits as a long-term investment.
Both delicate and strong, the Yumi (which means “bow” in Japanese) is architect Shigeru Ban’s minimalist interpretation of the ancient weapon.
Inspired by the 1970s Supergraphics aesthetic, this modular hanging system comprised of half-cylinder sections comes with three or five pieces that can be joined back to back or end to end.