The 3 lighting designers highlighted below have created enchanting light pieces. They are designed to light up a room with a range of different shadows. They can be used in homes for decorative lighting – however they would be more suited for retail spaces orÂ restaurant lighting.
The Rontonton is a Morrocan inspired light shade which can be used as pendant, table or floor lighting. 3 different designs make up the panels of the shade, casting an array of shadows. It was designed by Edward van Vilet for Quasar, a Dutch lighting manufacturer who produces designer light pieces. Â The Rontonton comes in 2 different sizes and the powdered coated steel comes in orange, black, or white.
Dealers for Quasar lights can be found in the USA, Singapore, UAE, Denmark, plus a number of other countries. Studio Dekor is a New York based dealer who can be contacted here.
Dahlia Petal Light
With a soft glow, the Dahlia light looks like it is living and breathing. The light softly illuminates the petals, and gives off subtle shadows. The light can be hung on the wall or on the ceiling. Either way, the Dahlia will defiantly create a focal point in a room, much like a chandelier would do. Designed by Janne KyttÃ¤nen and available from Freedom of Creation for â‚¬1930.25.
Lumen is a collection of oil lamp shadow projectors. Create by Adam Frank, there are 6 different designs which can bought at adamfrank.com for $48.
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