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Explore - Lighting
20 watts / Fluorescent / Available as a suspended, wall-mounted, or floor lamp
100 and 150 watts / Incandescent
60 watts / Incandescent or fluorescent
24-watt mini bi-pin fluorescent bulb / Stainless steel cover
20 watts / Fluorescent / Available with or without speakers, and as a standing light or a wall sconce
40 or 60 watts / Fluorescent or incandescent / White, gray, or black
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.
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...
Hand-folded sculptural pendant shades were designed by architect Poul Christiansen between 1969 and 1978 and have been in continuous production by the Danish company Le Klint. The material is a...
Break out the bubbly, it’s time for a toast. Here’s to the golden anniversary of Louis Poulsen’s colorful classic PH5—recently reissued as PH50—and cheers to a very bright future indeed.
More an outline of a lamp than a lamp, the clean and green lines of this table light caught our fancy among the clutter at Tent London—the Brick Lane venue for all things up-and-coming.
Developed by the Crafts Council and retailer Twentytwentyone, Ten’s collection posits that sustainable design can be positive and beautiful through a series of charming small-scale household...
Bague's perforated, metal-net body is sheathed in silicon resin and it takes one 100-watt E27 bulb.
The Tripod table lamp’s base is gray-painted metal, and the fabric shade comes in mocha or ecru. It requires three 40-watt candelabra base E14 bulbs.
Miss K has a plastic frame, an opaline, polycarbonate internal diffuser that resembles a chalice, and an aluminized shade. She takes a single 100-watt E27 bulb.
Possibly the first light made completely of polycarbonate in transparent or batch-dyed black. It takes three 40-watt E14 bulbs.
Glo Ball’s shade is made from a matte, hand-blown, opaline glass that perches atop a thick gray-painted steel base and stem over a die-cast aluminum support. Takes one 250-watt bulb to glo.
This injection-molded thermoplastic standing table or wall-mounting lamp takes four 25-watt E12 bulbs.
What a difference a fold makes. Tab’s single-pleat shade rotates to redirect its rays, offering a spotlight on all those essentials—post-its, pens, coffee mugs, "tidy" stacks...