8 Lighting Fixtures to See at ICFF 2017



Belmont by Brad Ascalon for Pablo.


1. 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.



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.



Circles and Lines by Jamie Harris of Jamie Harris Studio.


5. 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.



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.

Pussy by Marta Baumiller of Lampa.


7. 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.



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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