8 Geometric Lighting Products

Explore the hottest geometric lighting products on the market.

Designers: Alex Selma and Clara del Portillo for Axolight

Product: Jewel

Standout: The Yonoh Creative Studio co-founders named this suspension light for the lacquered-aluminum “gem” shade at the end of its recycled ABS “necklace.” 

Designer: Jean-Philippe Nuel for MLE

Product: Abac

Standout: Touch sensors activate the Studio Jean-Philippe Nuel president’s sconce in die-cast aluminum, brass, and dimmable LEDs. 

Designer: David Chipperfield for Wästberg

Product: W102 Chipperfield

Standout: Looks can be deceiving, just ask the David Chipperfield Architects founder, whose oxidized-steel table lamp is adjustable yet has no visible joints. 

Designer: Marie Burgos of Marie Burgos Design

Product: Queen

Standout: The industrial designer and fêng shui expert plated the floor lamp’s inner shells in 24-karat gold, while exteriors are corroding steel. 

Designer: Tom Dixon of Tom Dixon

Product: Opal

Standout: The British multihyphenate’s sculptural carbon-fiber floor lamps are topped by tinted polycarbonate orbs that emit a gentle glow. 

Designer: Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance for Saint-Louis

Product: Folia

Standout: A branchlike sconce in varnished ash with cut-crystal shades is the interior architect’s nod to the
forest around the manufacturer’s factory. 

Designer: David Weeks of David Weeks Studio

Product: Treble Single

Standout: Cursive penmanship inspired the brass arms of the designer’s pendant fixture, its powder-coated shade paired with a slump-molded glass diffuser.

Designer: Sebastian Herkner for Pulpo

Product: Stellar Grape

Standout: Handblown rippled and frosted glass spheres cluster around a stem of powder-coated steel in a floor lamp by the Maison & Objet Designer of the Year.

Read next: Luca Nichetto Blends Opacity and Color for Fusa Glass Collage Lamp

> See more from the April 2019 issue of Interior Design

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