8 Lighting Fixtures to See at ICFF 2017

Pussy by Marta Baumiller of Lampa.


1. Designer: 
Marta Baumiller of Lampa.

Product: Pussy.

Standout: Crafted of FSC-certified wood veneer, the 35-watt LED pendant fixture comes in lady-loving pink–making both a design and a political statement.



Waveforms by Robert Sonneman of Sonneman–A Way of Light.


2. Designer: 
Robert Sonneman of Sonneman–A Way of Light.

Product: Waveforms.

Standout: A bell-shape aluminum shade with an undulating edge gets an extra jolt courtesy of LED light reflecting off its apricot-hued interior.



En by Michiru Tanaka for Kaneka Corporation.


3. Designer: 
Michiru Tanaka for Kaneka Corporation.

Product: En.

Standout: A high-tech nod to traditional Japanese screens, the wall light encompasses 18 thin OLED modules that connect via magnets.



Cabin by Sina Sohrab and Joseph Guerra for Good Thing.


4. Designers:
Sina Sohrab and Joseph Guerra for Good Thing.

Product: Cabin.

Standout: Space-shuttle interiors inspired the Visibility cofounders' pendant fixtures, the frosted-glass shades diffusing otherworldly light.



Belmont by Brad Ascalon for Pablo.


5. Designer: Brad Ascalon
 for Pablo.

Product: Belmont.

Standout: They're customizable: You can stretch nearly any textile–say Camira's Blazer Lite wool–over the pendant fixtures' white-ash armature.



Cone Cluster by Tracy Glover of Tracy Glover Objects and Lighting.


6. Designer: 
Tracy Glover of Tracy Glover Objects and Lighting.

Product: Cone Cluster.

Standout: Suspended from brushed-nickel rods, a gaggle of seven blown-glass shades overlap to impart a kaleidoscopic effect.



Circles and Lines by Jamie Harris of Jamie Harris Studio.


7. Designer: 
Jamie Harris of Jamie Harris Studio.

Product: Circles and Lines.

Standout: A spirited play of geometry distinguishes the chandelier in blown glass and plated pewter and offered in custom shapes and colors.



Scarpa by Stefan Rurak of Stefan Rurak Studio.


8. Designer: 
Stefan Rurak of Stefan Rurak Studio.

Product: Scarpa.

Standout: Warm walnut mixes with tough hand-cast concrete in the table lamps, each with a concrete dimming dial and LEDs glowing through the voids.


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