Sources: Lighting

1. Odyssey from Troy Lighting launches a new aesthetic of industrial chic. Flipped modern versions of old street gas lamps are suspended from an asymmetrical, multi-branched, hand-crafted iron frame with polished nickel accents. Light sources cast an elegant glow from behind hand-blown plated smoke glass shades.

2. Guide, a bollard under the 35 Collection from landscapeforms, can be used as a pathlight or a dimmable light. Unlit and removable versions are offered. It’s made up of three cast aluminum panels of three different heights surrounding a large glowing optical element. It is finished with landscapeforms’ proprietary Pangard Powdercoat.

3. The Kelly Clusters from Studio Italia Design can be elegantly simple, or pack a dramatic, bold punch the more you bundle. These LED spheres can be hung singularly or in packs of up to 36 under one canopy.. Each metal laser cut sphere is 7 inches in diameter and is powered by an 8.7W LED module.

4. Light and texture dance under Element from Corbett Lighting. The smoked and frosted white glass balls that make up the product each contain a source of illumination. Element is hand-crafted iron, finished in Vienna bronze and suspended from a 10-foot aircraft cable. It’s also available in a variety of pendant shapes and sizes, semi-flush, and ADA wall sconce.

5. As a new take on the candelabra, the Dresden chandelier from Hudson Valley Lighting will enchant the eye, while two circles of either aged bronze or polished nickel suggest a globe of negative space that continues to captivate. Also available as a two-light sconce or pendant, where a circle frames two arms.

6. The Daedalus pendant from Ivalo, designed by the Audi Design Center California, is a lesson in technical excellence. The 5-foot long aluminum helical sculpture is 17 inches wide with glass blade articulations suspended by aircraft cable from a 22-inch wide disk. Eight dimmable MR-11 halogen lamps or LED (non-dim) illuminate it.