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Designed by Tom Dixon, this cast iron light is inspired by the materials and processes employed during the Industrial Revolution. It references the robust components used to build the bridges and...
Designed by Front for Moooi in 2006, the life-size Horse Lamp is polyester and sports a lamp shade, as all good horses do.
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...
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.
Designed by Ross Lovegrove for Louis Poulsen, Aeros is an ethereal, floating object with an exquisitely perforated surface at once luminous and shielded. Aeros exudes a mystique reminiscent of...
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...
Sixty-some years ago while Dizzy Gillespie and Charlie Parker were improvising their way toward a new style of jazz, Milanese designer Cini Boeri was cutting her teeth at architecture school, and...
Did Charpin have the Humboldt County hippie stronghold in mind when he designed this hand-tufted wool rug? The doodle-like intersecting lines betray the influence of Arcata’s premier cash crop.
This light fixture would look right at home illuminating a futuristic living room or updating a historic home.
Eschewing sharp lines and tight corners for a far more bulbous take on the bed, Paola Navone’s low-lying design gives the effect of settling into an overstuffed cloud.
Don’t call it a Comb Back. The classic Windsor chair gets a multinational makeover via Patricia Urquiola. Gone are the spindled legs and gently curving wood, replaced with geometric accents...
Striking a perfect equilibrium between the tubular base and steel seat, Todd Bracher’s Alodia distills stooldom down to linear harmony.
Better suited to storing sugar than supporting Apollo missions, these ceramic containers’ lines were nevertheless inspired by space capsules. Armstrong and Aldrin would definitely approve.
Were you lost at sea, there could be no finer beacon than this brilliant new light from the brothers Bouroullec. The delicately molded hand-blown glass globe perches atop the industrially produced...
The journey from cutting board to cooking vessel is often treacherous, but Chop 2 Pot by Joseph Joseph will ensure all of your freshly diced veggies stay off the kitchen floor. With a quick pinch...
Petite and powerful LEDs have eliminated the need to build fixtures around bulky bulbs. Small Work integrates the diminutive diodes directly into a geometric tripod that will brighten your desk...
For the exacting chef who doesn't yet trust eyeing mini measurements, these odd size spoons will come in quite handy. We wouldn't have guessed that a pinch is, in fact, less than an eighth of a...
We've long been big fans of Xenia Taler's folksy decorative tiles, and a recent quick browse through her site has only fueled our adoration. Xenia's designs are hand-colored on her partner Steven...
Hella Jongerius designed this beautiful seven-part porcelain dinner service set for Royal Tichelaar Makkum, a Dutch company that has been producing ceramics for over four centuries. Each piece in...
Though it looks like Flouro's polycarbonate shade could illuminate a room on it's own, it is, indeed, fitted for a bulb. Tom Dixon is quite fond of the eye-catching color, and it can be found on...
For those who are after more than just light, V will cast cool geometric shadows through its polycarbonate slats.
There's something striking about this drawn steel pendant. The glossy, opaque shade casts light down, but shines on the cord above as well.
Maestro-of-lighting Poul Henningsen designed the PH Snowball in 1924, and its glare-free radiance is just as clear today. The aluminum shades are placed at just the right angles to ensure even...
Introduced in Milan last year but now available for purchase in the US, Vicente Garcia Jimenez's Le Soliel is a pendant that lights below from above and above from below. The polycarbonate tiers...
While Moooi's Random light resembled a Jackson Pollack painting in orb form, the Non-Random—also by Dutch designer Bertjan Pot—looks a bit more like a finely wound skein of wool. The...