Staff -- Interior Design, 4/1/2001 12:00:00 AM
Yamagiwa: Originally designed in 1978 by Toshimitsu Sasaki, the WAB table light is being reissued by the West Coast company. The shade is a laminated Washi paper. Yamagiwa, 31340 Via Colinas, Westlake Village, CA 91362, www.yamagiwausa.com or info@email@example.com.
Uniform: Designer Anthony Perez created the Buga lamp from two sheets of steel and a silk shade. Offered in brushed steel matte or glossy, or a dark rust finish. Uniform, 312 West 20th Street, #1-A, New York, NY 10011. Uniform64767@aol.com.
Penta: Designed by Otto Moon, the Kori table lamp has a satin metal or ebony wood base. The shade is blown glass. Available through DDC, 181 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10016.
Delinear: The Toledo light series by designer Chris Baisa is made of solid dark stained oak in a matte finish. The shade is of white opaque acrylic. Available through Limn, 290 Townsend Street, San Francisco, CA 94107. www.limn.com.
Hinson: The classic Robsjohn-Gibbings console table lamp, originally made by George Hansen in the 1950s, is now offered in polished and brushed brass, matte and polished nickel, and polished chrome. Hinson & Company, 27-35 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City, NY 11101.
Rejuvenation: An updated alternative to the turn-of-the-century Burnside lamp, the Brightwood floor lamp is shown in a polished nickel finish. Rejuvenation, 2550 Northwest Nicolai Street, Portland, OR 97210. www.rejuventaion.com.
Baldinger: The Compas dans l'Oeil table and floor lamps designed by Andrée Putman have perforated metal shades and a brass adjustment knob. The stem and base are finished in satin nickel and the knobs are offered in satin brass or satin nickel finishes. Baldinger, 19-02 Steinway Street, Astoria, NY 11105. www.baldinger.com.
Artemide: The Megan, designed by Ernesto Gismondi, uses a T5 lamp in a pendant (a steel cable system suspends the indirect light) or wall-hung system. Artemide, 1980 New Highway, Farmingdale, NY 11735. www.artemide.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Corbin Bronze: The Alexandra sconce, named after designer Tom Corbin's daughter, has a cylindrical ivory lantern perched on a cast-bronze pedestal. Corbin Bronze, 201 Wyandotte, Suite 102, Kansas City, MI 64105. www.corbinbronze.com.
2thousand degrees: Small threads of crystal clear glass are woven around the Nest's blown glass shade, offered as a pendant or sconce. 2thousand degrees, 1345 South 50th Street, Unit A, Richmond, CA 94804. www.2thousanddegrees.com or email@example.com.
Varon Lighting: The newly-formed company recently acquired TSAO Design and the G-7 collection of lighting designed by architects Mai Arthur and John Gardner. Varon Lighting, 1111 North Old Rand Road, Wauconda, IL 60084. Varonlighting@aol.com.
Via Motif: The Line Lights series includes Large Cylinders made of galvanized metal and gridded windows in translucent polypropylene. Outdoor use. Via Motif, 2915 Kerner Boulevard, Suite L, San Rafael, CA 94901. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Snowcrash: Globlon, designed by Vesa Hinkola and Markus Nevalainen, is offered with steel legs and a power-coated aluminum finish as well as a variety of shade colors. Snowcrash, 15A Tulegatan, Stockholm, Sweden, SE-11353. www.snowcrash.se.
Unique Interieur: The Bulb pendant lamp is designed by Sofie Refer and is offered with a transparent shade. Unique Interieur, 4 Kalkbrænderiløbskaj, Copenhagen, Denmark 2100. www.uniqueinterieur.com or email@example.com.
A/C Lighting: Designers Suzanne Charbonnet and Lindsey Adelman created the hand-blown glass pendant light Venus; a sconce version and near-endless custom colors are available. A/C, 10 Jay Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201. ACLighting@earhtlink.com.
Sonrisa: Influenced by the Mechanical Style, Art Deco, and Funk, artist Michael Messenheimer created a line of lamps called Alchemy. Each uses rare industrial materials and a variety of nuts, bolts, bearings, and gears. Sonrisa, 7609 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90036. www.sonrisafurniture.com.
Illuminating Experiences: The Elf series 11, 21, and 31(shown), designed by Stephen Blackman, features blown glass tubes with satin nickel supports. Illuminating Experiences, 233 Cleveland Avenue, Highland Park, NJ 08904.
Stephen Gerould: The Inverted Box lamp, part of the Lines and Curves collection, has a gold black finish and an overall height of 29 in. Stephen Gerould, 3307 Southwest Dosch Road, Portland, OR 97201.
Cherry Tree Design: The cherry and walnut table lamps have been designed with a series of shoji screen coverings. Cherry Tree Design, 34154 East Frontage Road, Bozeman, MT 59715. www.CherryTreeDesign.com.
Stephen Tomar: The Clef lamp has an alabaster-tone cotton shade and measures 38 in. high. Stephen Tomar, 8900 Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood, CA 90069. www.stephentomarfurniture.com.circle 335Yuriko Takahashi: The Lump lamp by Yuriko Takashi, K5 Poste Restante, 10 Oslo Plads, Copenhagen, Denmark 2100. Yuriko19@hotmail.com.
Malene Kyed: A graduate in interiors and product design from the Denmark Design School, Kyed's latest project is the Lightness lamp. Malene Kyed, 57-202 Kronprinsessegade, Copenhagen, Denmark 1306. www.kyed.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jihoon Ha: The UFO pendant is made of rattan, polypropylene, and steel. Jihoon Ha, Sogaard Nielson, Upsalagade 24, Copenhagen, Denmark 2100. Jakeha@hotmail.com.