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Explore - Lighting
Constructed of aluminum and white-opal glass, this hanging light is the result of a collaboration between architect Norman Foster and Louis Poulsen.
The rubberized flexible stem allows light to be targeted in any direction. It is fitted with an LED specifically developed by Yamagiwa’s technicians. Because LEDs do not generate heat, the...
Inspired by the classic pantograph task lamp, Link is designed with a dual-purposed shade-handle. It is adjustable to 360 degrees.
Jetzt uses the world’s first high voltage LED, so there’s no need for a transformer. To be able to run these without housing and still achieve the safety standard of the German TUV, the...
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.
Designed in 1987, this cantilevered, polished aluminium piece is fully rotational and is available in four versions, each with an interchangeable support: table base, clamp or desk-fixed.
Trask Lamp takes the efficiency of LED lighting and blends it with flexibility. Manufactured to ship flat, maximize material yield and eliminate cutting waste, the Trask Lamp is a truly eco-centric...
The design inspiration for this 2008 piece came from the precise lighting capabilities of a surgical lamp.
Multiple magnets control the movement of this brushed-aluminum piece, which offers both direct and indirect illumination.
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...
Using only 9 watts of energy, this lamp will operate for more than five years in continuous use.
Designed in 1997, the Abyss lamp is a malleable, modular piece made of molded opal polycarbonate.
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.
This 60s throwback lamp looks a bit like a retro-futuristic hair dryer hood. Designer Christophe Mathieu worked with Barcelona-based lighting brand Marset to create Clea, and the polycarbonate...
A recent lunchtime wander to San Francisco boutique Area (which is right around the corner from Dwell HQ) gave us a bit of design-envy to chew on. The impeccably-curated shop is chock-full of...
Kartell introduced the shiny Cindy collection in Milan earlier this year, a candy-colored tribute to the shape and style of classic table lamps from the 1970s. Though they look chrome-plated, the...
Artek's A110 pendant has been shining brightly since it was designed by Finnish founder Alvar Aalto in 1952. The lacquered aluminum lamp directs focused rays—like a spotlight for your coffee...
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.
Atto 5000 was introduced at the Stockholm Furniture Fair earlier this year, one of interior architect Seppo Koho's latest designs for Finnish lighting company Secto Design. Handmade by skilled...
There's something about these enameled steel Signal lamps. Jean-Louis Domecq designed the originals over 50 years ago in France, and their industrial appeal is complemented by the range of...