Get Your Glow on With These Modern Lights

'Tis the season for bright and modern lighting designs.

Designer: David Weeks of David Weeks Studio 

Product: Torroja

Standout: The New York–based creative
introduces a svelte powder-coated aluminum sconce with bilateral arms on a fixed mount, allowing the fixture to be installed vertically or horizontally, on the wall or ceiling. 

Designers: Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Flos

Product: Belt

Standout: Designed by the Parisian
brothers, the LED fixture’s sinuous line
of leather in natural, black, or green contrasts with a rigidly linear aluminum
housing and cables. 

Designer: Andrea Anastasio for Foscarini

Product: Gioia

Standout: A magical sconce the designer describes as a “jewel for the domestic space” combines unlikely opposites:
statuary marble and a transparent Perspex disc, which dangles like an earring from
a wall-mount dowel. 

Designers: Andi Kovel and Justin Parker 
of Esque Studio

Product: Swell

Standout: The Portland artists’ experimentations with modeling material sparked
a portable light with a handblown glass shade (in fuchsia, lavender, or mint) and
a white base that hides the lighting elements. 

Designer: Marc Wood of Marc Wood Studio

Product: Rosa

Standout: A three-piece cluster pendant by the British designer combines crystal glass, hand-thinned Rosa Aurora marble, and brushed brass for an elegant interplay of light and shadow. 

Designer: Ana Kraš for Hay

Product: Bonbon Shade

Standout: Handwoven of wool-nylon yarn on a powder-coated steel frame, the
Serbian-born American designer’s lamp
can be used as an object in its own right, or illuminates with the addition of a pendant light cord set. 

Designer: Luca Nichetto of Lodes

Product: Easy Peasy

Standout: A bell-shape portable, rechargeable LED table lamp in blown glass by
the brand’s design curator offers dim-to-warm functionality by rotating its bulbous handle. 

Designer: Brendan Ravenhill of Brendan Ravenhill Studio

Product: Ada Oak

Standout: Two louvered shades of FSC-
certified white oak form a warmly minimalist wall-washing sconce that the L.A. designer named for the Americans With Disabilities Act. 

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