Sculptural Geometry: Lighting Trend

Sculptural Geometry: Lighting Trend

Driven by LED technology, lighting designs are becoming increasingly sculptural and experimental. Fitting in perfectly with the trend for postmodernist-inspired design, these lamps play with simple geometry to stunning effect.

OS - OOS_ Mono Lights  13

Dutch studio OS & OOS have created three fluorescent lights built around a cell structure. Blurring the line between art and design, the lamps are made from precisely cut marbleised foam and fluorescent tube lighting.

Topp by Hallgeir Homstvedt for Established and Sons


Inspired by the distinctive silhouette of the iconic Atollo lamp by Vico Magistretti and a sharp arrow, the Topp lamp by Hallgeir Homstvedt for Established & Sons is a simple but characterful design. The triangular top is made from spun aluminum and its cylindrical resin base is available in black, white and yellow.

Circle Lamp by B©atrice Durandard_1

The circle lamps by French designer B©atrice Durandard are a series of lamps that celebrate the graphic quality of the standard circular fluorescent bulb, which is ordinarily hidden behind a lamp shade.

Layer Light by Matteo Zorzenoni

Italian designer Matteo Zorzenoni’s Layers light sandwiches an incandescent bulb between two layers of smoked glass to create different transparencies of grey and black.

Novecento Marble Table Lamps by Davide G Aquini_1


These Art Deco-inspired Novecento lamps by Davide G Aquini are comprised of two thick marble discs mounted on a triangular metal stand. The light source is hidden between the marble, creating a spectacular back-lit effect. The lamps are available in two versions: black marquinia marble with a brass structure or Breccia marble with a green-water finished structure.


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