Inspiration from the Dwell Store: Lighting

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January 9, 2014

Over the years at Dwell, we've received emails and letters asking where to purchase the amazing modern design seen in the pages of Dwell. One of the reasons we opened the Dwell Store in November 2013 was to provide a resource for design seekers. This collection features homes we've featured, showcasing the lighting fixtures that we carry in the Dwell Store.

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  MINIMALIST BROOKLYN APARTMENTThe Mandayam–Vohra family gathers under one of Workstead’s signature three-arm chandeliers, shown here in its horizontal configuration. Photo by Matthew Williams.

    MINIMALIST BROOKLYN APARTMENT

    The Mandayam–Vohra family gathers under one of Workstead’s signature three-arm chandeliers, shown here in its horizontal configuration. Photo by Matthew Williams.

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  GLAZED OLD FASHIONEDThe formal lounge plays host to Angelucci’s collection of mid-century modern furniture. A pair of Leather Sling chairs by Aussie-born sculptor Clement Meadmore sit under the window; a black Snoopy lamp by Achille Castiglioni for Flos is on the mantle. Photo by Stephen Oxenbury.

    GLAZED OLD FASHIONED

    The formal lounge plays host to Angelucci’s collection of mid-century modern furniture. A pair of Leather Sling chairs by Aussie-born sculptor Clement Meadmore sit under the window; a black Snoopy lamp by Achille Castiglioni for Flos is on the mantle. Photo by Stephen Oxenbury.

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  DESIGNED IN-HOUSECal and Macy enjoy a snack from Mom at the almost 14-foot-long walnut slab table sourced from Arborica in Marshall, California. The wood came from a tree that fell into a Palo Alto, California, street. A trio of Tom Dixon Beat Lamps provide the perfect counterpoint to a slew of black plastic Eames shell chairs from Herman Miller. Photo by Dustin Aksland.  Photo by: Dustin Aksland

    DESIGNED IN-HOUSE

    Cal and Macy enjoy a snack from Mom at the almost 14-foot-long walnut slab table sourced from Arborica in Marshall, California. The wood came from a tree that fell into a Palo Alto, California, street. A trio of Tom Dixon Beat Lamps provide the perfect counterpoint to a slew of black plastic Eames shell chairs from Herman Miller. Photo by Dustin Aksland.

    Photo by: Dustin Aksland

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  DESIGNER OMER ARBEL'S ECLECTIC HOME IN VANCOUVERDesigner Omer Arbel develops his latest works inside an eclectic Vancouver home filled with a teeming assortment of pets and prototypes. "Across the room is the first 25 bench I ever made; it was salvaged from a now-closed restaurant I codesigned, called Ping’s Cafe, where Aileen and I met. Hanging over the bench is our first Bocci 14 light fixture. I feel like it would be bad luck not to have it in the house." Photo by José Mandojana.

    DESIGNER OMER ARBEL'S ECLECTIC HOME IN VANCOUVER

    Designer Omer Arbel develops his latest works inside an eclectic Vancouver home filled with a teeming assortment of pets and prototypes. "Across the room is the first 25 bench I ever made; it was salvaged from a now-closed restaurant I codesigned, called Ping’s Cafe, where Aileen and I met. Hanging over the bench is our first Bocci 14 light fixture. I feel like it would be bad luck not to have it in the house." Photo by José Mandojana.

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  DESIGNER OMER ARBEL'S ECLECTIC HOME IN VANCOUVER"In the dining nook adjacent to the kitchen, there is a Bocci 21 light and a vintage table. I love thinking about how these things will travel with us for many years, like companions. Aileen and I have a strong relationship to objects: They are a tactile diary of our lives. The interesting thing about our home is not the structure itself, but the way it has become an intimate part of us. The most sustainable thing we can do as architects and designers is to make spaces and objects worthy of a lifetime commitment. Then [the objects] can have five, six, ten lives instead of half a life." Photo by José Mandojana.  Photo by: José Mandojana

    DESIGNER OMER ARBEL'S ECLECTIC HOME IN VANCOUVER

    "In the dining nook adjacent to the kitchen, there is a Bocci 21 light and a vintage table. I love thinking about how these things will travel with us for many years, like companions. Aileen and I have a strong relationship to objects: They are a tactile diary of our lives. The interesting thing about our home is not the structure itself, but the way it has become an intimate part of us. The most sustainable thing we can do as architects and designers is to make spaces and objects worthy of a lifetime commitment. Then [the objects] can have five, six, ten lives instead of half a life." Photo by José Mandojana.

    Photo by: José Mandojana

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  MODERN BOX HOME IN RURAL WISCONSINA longtime collector of furniture and art, Dr. Robert Geller finally lives among his prized possessions. In the living room, he sits on a Barcelona chair by Mies van der Rohe for Knoll. To his right are an Arco floor lamp by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni for Flos and a BeoLab 5 speaker from Bang & Olufsen. The sculptures to Geller’s left and in the foreground are by American artist Arlene Shechet, Everything Seems to be Something Else and Just Remembered. Photo by Tom Fowlks.  Photo by: Tom Fowlks

    MODERN BOX HOME IN RURAL WISCONSIN

    A longtime collector of furniture and art, Dr. Robert Geller finally lives among his prized possessions. In the living room, he sits on a Barcelona chair by Mies van der Rohe for Knoll. To his right are an Arco floor lamp by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni for Flos and a BeoLab 5 speaker from Bang & Olufsen. The sculptures to Geller’s left and in the foreground are by American artist Arlene Shechet, Everything Seems to be Something Else and Just Remembered. Photo by Tom Fowlks.

    Photo by: Tom Fowlks

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  MODERN BOX HOME IN RURAL WISCONSINA silo ladder in the study leads to the roof deck. Both desk lamps are Tizios by Richard Sapper for Artemide; the pendant is a Zettle’z by Ingo Maurer; and the Kalos armchair and Solo desk chair are by Antonio Citterio for B&B Italia. Photo by Tom Fowlks.  Photo by: Tom Fowlks

    MODERN BOX HOME IN RURAL WISCONSIN

    A silo ladder in the study leads to the roof deck. Both desk lamps are Tizios by Richard Sapper for Artemide; the pendant is a Zettle’z by Ingo Maurer; and the Kalos armchair and Solo desk chair are by Antonio Citterio for B&B Italia. Photo by Tom Fowlks.

    Photo by: Tom Fowlks

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