VP1 FLOWERPOT LAMP

Created by 20th-century Danish designer Verner Panton, the Flowerpot VP1 lamp is a stellar example of mid-century design. Designed in 1969, the ceiling-mount Flowerpot lamp takes its inspiration from the sunny '60s and is comprised of a pair of nesting spheres. A smaller sphere discreetly hides the bulb and is protected by the larger dome, both made from vibrant lacquered steel with a color-matched fabric cord.
VP1 FLOWERPOT LAMP Created by 20th-century Danish designer Verner Panton, the Flowerpot VP1 lamp is a stellar example of mid-century design. Designed in 1969, the ceiling-mount Flowerpot lamp takes its inspiration from the sunny '60s and is comprised of a pair of nesting spheres. A smaller sphere discreetly hides the bulb and is protected by the larger dome, both made from vibrant lacquered steel with a color-matched fabric cord.
A black side table rests outside the bedroom hallway.
A black side table rests outside the bedroom hallway.
Designer Christiane Hogner, Bruxelles
Designer Christiane Hogner, Bruxelles
Mays chose Graham & Brown’s Verve Stripe wallpaper for the downstairs bedroom. The chrome lamp is vintage.
Mays chose Graham & Brown’s Verve Stripe wallpaper for the downstairs bedroom. The chrome lamp is vintage.
The Pixo Desk Lamp is a consistent Dwell Store best seller. Designed by Pablo and Fernando Pardo with sustainability in mind, the lamp was created with a small footprint and a compact, energy-saving LED light. The ultra-efficient lamp features a swiveling light shade that makes it easy to focus and redirect light as needed. 

The Pixo Desk Lamp is currently on sale for 15% off at the Dwell Store until 10/23/2014.
The Pixo Desk Lamp is a consistent Dwell Store best seller. Designed by Pablo and Fernando Pardo with sustainability in mind, the lamp was created with a small footprint and a compact, energy-saving LED light. The ultra-efficient lamp features a swiveling light shade that makes it easy to focus and redirect light as needed. The Pixo Desk Lamp is currently on sale for 15% off at the Dwell Store until 10/23/2014.
A vintage wood lamp and turned bowl stands next to the bed. "We wanted to incorporate elements used in residential homes," Hollis says of the eclectic medley of accessories and furnishings in the space. "These would be items that you would collect over time. They don't exactly match, but they all work together—they create a relaxed casual environment while still elevating the interior and amenities to what you expect from a world-class luxury property."
A vintage wood lamp and turned bowl stands next to the bed. "We wanted to incorporate elements used in residential homes," Hollis says of the eclectic medley of accessories and furnishings in the space. "These would be items that you would collect over time. They don't exactly match, but they all work together—they create a relaxed casual environment while still elevating the interior and amenities to what you expect from a world-class luxury property."
Pilu by German designer Leoni Werle is a table and a floor lamp in one. An oddly shaped oak base allows the lamp to toggle between two positions. The connection between shade and base is jointed, allowing the beam to be directed downwards even with the lamp is in the angled position.
Pilu by German designer Leoni Werle is a table and a floor lamp in one. An oddly shaped oak base allows the lamp to toggle between two positions. The connection between shade and base is jointed, allowing the beam to be directed downwards even with the lamp is in the angled position.
SPUN TABLE LAMP

Simple and fluid, the Spun Table Light from designer Sebastian Wrong for FLOS fuses modern manufacturing with timeless craftsmanship. Machined from a spun metal frame and diffuser, this minimal lamp brings warm, soft light to any home or office environment. A full-range zero to one-hundred percent dimmer switch ensures customizable illumination.
SPUN TABLE LAMP Simple and fluid, the Spun Table Light from designer Sebastian Wrong for FLOS fuses modern manufacturing with timeless craftsmanship. Machined from a spun metal frame and diffuser, this minimal lamp brings warm, soft light to any home or office environment. A full-range zero to one-hundred percent dimmer switch ensures customizable illumination.
GOLDMAN TABLE LAMP

A modern take on an old classic, the Goldman Table Lamp is a high-powered desk lamp with a minimal footprint. The lamp is available with a gold base and transparent diffuser, reminiscent of traditional banker’s lamps, or in a more refined black and grey design. The Goldman Lamp features a high gloss shine, so while its slight frame allows it to blend into existing office décor, its shine makes it a standout piece. The lamp is illuminated by an optical switch on its base and uses soft touch dimming technology so it’s easy to adjust between decorative accent light and pronounced workspace lighting.
GOLDMAN TABLE LAMP A modern take on an old classic, the Goldman Table Lamp is a high-powered desk lamp with a minimal footprint. The lamp is available with a gold base and transparent diffuser, reminiscent of traditional banker’s lamps, or in a more refined black and grey design. The Goldman Lamp features a high gloss shine, so while its slight frame allows it to blend into existing office décor, its shine makes it a standout piece. The lamp is illuminated by an optical switch on its base and uses soft touch dimming technology so it’s easy to adjust between decorative accent light and pronounced workspace lighting.
The Copper Table Lamp
The Copper Table Lamp
Shine a Light

Benshetrit’s table lamp, for the lighting and furniture company .MGX by Materialise uses QuaDror’s infinitely scalable geometry to create a honeycomb of 1,200 modules that fits over a metal base holding a 40-watt halogen bulb. The lamp, which arrives 

flat and expands, accordion-like, when lifted, is manufactured via selective laser sintering (SLS), a 3-D printing process that uses a laser to solidify layer upon layer 

of powdered resin particles. “When you 

buy the lamp, you get a disc with the file 

on it, so if it breaks, you can ‘reprint’ it,” Benshetrit says.
Shine a Light Benshetrit’s table lamp, for the lighting and furniture company .MGX by Materialise uses QuaDror’s infinitely scalable geometry to create a honeycomb of 1,200 modules that fits over a metal base holding a 40-watt halogen bulb. The lamp, which arrives flat and expands, accordion-like, when lifted, is manufactured via selective laser sintering (SLS), a 3-D printing process that uses a laser to solidify layer upon layer of powdered resin particles. “When you buy the lamp, you get a disc with the file on it, so if it breaks, you can ‘reprint’ it,” Benshetrit says.
Trapeze Table Lamp by Peter Stathis

“It’s an absolutely sculptural piece where the form and function are beautifully married. It’s a production piece by a company that Peter founded to produce this light. The joints are ball-and-socket, and theres a wire going between the different arms allowing for 360-degree movement. It’s so articulating and fluid, there’s an almost human-like feel to the way the limbs move on it. One of the few table lamps that can look good on the bedside table or as a desk lamp.”
Trapeze Table Lamp by Peter Stathis “It’s an absolutely sculptural piece where the form and function are beautifully married. It’s a production piece by a company that Peter founded to produce this light. The joints are ball-and-socket, and theres a wire going between the different arms allowing for 360-degree movement. It’s so articulating and fluid, there’s an almost human-like feel to the way the limbs move on it. One of the few table lamps that can look good on the bedside table or as a desk lamp.”
A Two Spheres ceiling lamp from Atelier Areti hangs above the Hansen’s dining table, which includes an inset—one side is wood, the other stone.
A Two Spheres ceiling lamp from Atelier Areti hangs above the Hansen’s dining table, which includes an inset—one side is wood, the other stone.
The warm material palette extends to Berryman’s bedroom. Like the rest of the apartment, it features work by New York designers, including a custom wood bed by Asher Israelow and a Table Light desk lamp by Lindsey Adelman.
The warm material palette extends to Berryman’s bedroom. Like the rest of the apartment, it features work by New York designers, including a custom wood bed by Asher Israelow and a Table Light desk lamp by Lindsey Adelman.
James works on his balsa-wood blimp in the family workspace, illuminated by a Kelvin LED Table Lamp from Flos.
James works on his balsa-wood blimp in the family workspace, illuminated by a Kelvin LED Table Lamp from Flos.
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. Read more about Autoban’s Tulip Lamp here.
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. Read more about Autoban’s Tulip Lamp here.
The kitchen table.
The kitchen table.
The courtyard acts like an outdoor living room, where the Arnolds’ daughter, Josie, plays freely, safe from nearby traffic. The family dines here most of the year at the custom-designed wood-and-steel table. The picnic table set reappropriates the century-old eucalyptus tree that once grew on the site.
The courtyard acts like an outdoor living room, where the Arnolds’ daughter, Josie, plays freely, safe from nearby traffic. The family dines here most of the year at the custom-designed wood-and-steel table. The picnic table set reappropriates the century-old eucalyptus tree that once grew on the site.
Anglepoise has reissued this industrial favorite created in 1934 by factory engineer George Carwardine. Ideal for task lighting, the 1227 has long been considered a classic for its fine construction and easy adjustability. This utility lamp is also available in three other colors.
Anglepoise has reissued this industrial favorite created in 1934 by factory engineer George Carwardine. Ideal for task lighting, the 1227 has long been considered a classic for its fine construction and easy adjustability. This utility lamp is also available in three other colors.
Designed by innovators Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for FLOS, the Piani Table Lamp offers stylish and modern asymmetry for the home or work environment. Made of injection printed ABS, this unique lamp provides both direct and ambient light with energy-efficient LED technology.
Designed by innovators Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for FLOS, the Piani Table Lamp offers stylish and modern asymmetry for the home or work environment. Made of injection printed ABS, this unique lamp provides both direct and ambient light with energy-efficient LED technology.
This thin stick of a table lamp, standing trim on its fiberglass base, comes in four colors for every fashionista—and its innovative, reflective light "diffuser" spreads a warm glow throughout the room. A supermodel for future lamp design. Read more about the Twiggy Table Lamp here.
This thin stick of a table lamp, standing trim on its fiberglass base, comes in four colors for every fashionista—and its innovative, reflective light "diffuser" spreads a warm glow throughout the room. A supermodel for future lamp design. Read more about the Twiggy Table Lamp here.
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.
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.
Items that made the cut include a sofa from the Swedish company Ire; an Eames side table; a wall-mounted Artemide light; and a Moser pendant from Louis Poulsen.
Items that made the cut include a sofa from the Swedish company Ire; an Eames side table; a wall-mounted Artemide light; and a Moser pendant from Louis Poulsen.
As the brand continutes to grow internationally—they now have stores in New Zealand and Melbourne, Australia—their focus remains local. All pieces, like the Line table and table lamp, both seen here in black, are manufactured by Shelling and his team of artisans in their Clevedon studio.
As the brand continutes to grow internationally—they now have stores in New Zealand and Melbourne, Australia—their focus remains local. All pieces, like the Line table and table lamp, both seen here in black, are manufactured by Shelling and his team of artisans in their Clevedon studio.
Rich Brilliant Willing’s Quart Table Lamp is comprised of simple cylindrical volumes. Like a structure of stacked building blocks, the stone base, wood stem, and powder-coated aluminum shade evolve from each other to create a spare, functional fixture with a minimal footprint. The organic nature of the materials—stone, wood, and metal—coupled with minimalist, modern shapes, make Quart an ideal blend of natural and refined design.
Rich Brilliant Willing’s Quart Table Lamp is comprised of simple cylindrical volumes. Like a structure of stacked building blocks, the stone base, wood stem, and powder-coated aluminum shade evolve from each other to create a spare, functional fixture with a minimal footprint. The organic nature of the materials—stone, wood, and metal—coupled with minimalist, modern shapes, make Quart an ideal blend of natural and refined design.
In the powder room on the main floor, &Tradition's Verner Panton-designed Flowerpot VP1 pendant pops against crisp, white subway tiles.
In the powder room on the main floor, &Tradition's Verner Panton-designed Flowerpot VP1 pendant pops against crisp, white subway tiles.
The Deadstock Catherine Table Lamp from Castor is a stunning example of the possibilities of mixing materials. Centered around a cylindrical shade salvaged from a defunct lighting factory, the Catherine Lamp is supported by a precisely machined brass stem and cantilever, which is supported by a Carrara marble base that was salvaged from the First Canadian Place in Toronto. The structure of the lamp enables it to be adjusted, making it easy to redirect light as needed.
The Deadstock Catherine Table Lamp from Castor is a stunning example of the possibilities of mixing materials. Centered around a cylindrical shade salvaged from a defunct lighting factory, the Catherine Lamp is supported by a precisely machined brass stem and cantilever, which is supported by a Carrara marble base that was salvaged from the First Canadian Place in Toronto. The structure of the lamp enables it to be adjusted, making it easy to redirect light as needed.
“You go down a hall and turn left to go to bed, to block noise from the living room,” Jones says. “And each space in the house looks out onto something different, in all directions.” The bed is custom-made by Jones, which is covered with linens from Bespoke Design in Victoria, B.C. A black Tolomeo mini table lamp sits on the nightstand.
“You go down a hall and turn left to go to bed, to block noise from the living room,” Jones says. “And each space in the house looks out onto something different, in all directions.” The bed is custom-made by Jones, which is covered with linens from Bespoke Design in Victoria, B.C. A black Tolomeo mini table lamp sits on the nightstand.
Tokyo-born Jonah Takagi combines innovative style and steadfast utility in his design of the MatterMade F/K/A Table Lamp. Initially inspired by a saucepan, the shade is made from powder-coated steel. Three legs extend at its base allowing it to stay remain stable— even when placed on uneven ground.
Tokyo-born Jonah Takagi combines innovative style and steadfast utility in his design of the MatterMade F/K/A Table Lamp. Initially inspired by a saucepan, the shade is made from powder-coated steel. Three legs extend at its base allowing it to stay remain stable— even when placed on uneven ground.
The Maritime Table Clock’s domed face and curved edges are inspired by the nautical tools and instrument panels found on seafaring ships. Created by Mangiariotti in 1956, its angled, acrylic face is supported by a porcelain pedestal.
The Maritime Table Clock’s domed face and curved edges are inspired by the nautical tools and instrument panels found on seafaring ships. Created by Mangiariotti in 1956, its angled, acrylic face is supported by a porcelain pedestal.
The inverted trusses subtly establish distinct spaces in the great room, with the bottom edges lending an intimate feel to the living area. A simple rice-paper lamp shade hangs above a kauri wood tabletop that the couple borrowed from Stock’s aunt and uncle and set on a set of Taurus legs from Nils Holger Moormann. A Brit Longue chair by Sintesi isat right.
The inverted trusses subtly establish distinct spaces in the great room, with the bottom edges lending an intimate feel to the living area. A simple rice-paper lamp shade hangs above a kauri wood tabletop that the couple borrowed from Stock’s aunt and uncle and set on a set of Taurus legs from Nils Holger Moormann. A Brit Longue chair by Sintesi isat right.
Designed by Pablo Pardo, the Brazo LED Table Lamp is an innovative light with a tremendous amount of range and versatility. The Spanish word for “arm,” Brazo is a flexible lamp that has 360-degree adjustability and a 90-degree range of tilt. The Brazo is the first LED task light to use calibrated focus control, which provides a variable beam as well as focused, direct light.
Designed by Pablo Pardo, the Brazo LED Table Lamp is an innovative light with a tremendous amount of range and versatility. The Spanish word for “arm,” Brazo is a flexible lamp that has 360-degree adjustability and a 90-degree range of tilt. The Brazo is the first LED task light to use calibrated focus control, which provides a variable beam as well as focused, direct light.
Table light by Rosie Li

Sight Unseen founders Jill Singer and Monica Khemsurov first exhibited Li in 2011 at Noho Design District.
Table light by Rosie Li Sight Unseen founders Jill Singer and Monica Khemsurov first exhibited Li in 2011 at Noho Design District.
Silva Table Lamp by Cerno ($427 at rypen.com)
Silva Table Lamp by Cerno ($427 at rypen.com)

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