Three-Point Pendants: Lighting Trend
Materials such as bent plywood, brass and marble are combined to create graceful three-armed lamps that provide a modern and minimalist take on the traditional chandelier.
Part of a limited edition of 18 lights for Gallery Nilufar in Milan, the minimal Lit Lines pendant lamp by acclaimed lighting designer Michael Anastassiades features three brass rod arms lined with white incandescent tubes.
New York-based design studio Rich Brilliant Willing’s Branch Triple Chandelier features branch-like arms made from bent plywood that support the perforated brass shades.
Balanced with an off-center counterweight, the Oseo by David Weeks Studio features a powder coated steel frame (available in black or white) and shades that can be swiveled to direct the light.
The Tri pendant lamp by New Zealand-based Resident Studio is made up of three intersecting brass arms with recessed LEDs.
Made of gently arching, steam-bent wood and embedded with LEDs, the three arms that make up the Counterweight chandelier by Fort Standard for Roll & Hill are held in position by marble and brass ballasts that act as counterweights.