Trending lighting: Lindsey Adelman Studio

Posted By Gudy Herder / January 29, 2014 / 4 Comments

Honestly what caught my eye here was not the lighting. Initially. But the ceramic ( might be a different material though) pieces on the wall. And then this armchair. The whole composition talks interior design in a way I love.

And when researching the source (found on Pinterest), I stumbled upon Lindsey Adelman‘s site and fell for her light sculptures. This studio, based in NY embraces pretty much what I think lighting is about today and the current trend: nothing functional but several pendants hanging together giving a new sense of a a beautiful sculpture or installation. Hanging lighting is pretty much about ‘art’ and style right now. And you personalize it in the way you are hanging it.

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Or you build your own design by varies structures and individual pieces, and the chandelier becomes a DIY project.

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So the Agnes Chandelier designed for Roll & Hill, is a modular system of metal parts that support a swarm of tubular glass lights.

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They are available in bronze, satin black, high gloss black, brass and polished aluminum depending on your style, you have plenty to choose.

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Have a peak at this video to get the feeling how much they care about manufacturing, design and style.

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4 Comments

  • January 29, 2014 at 3:34 pm

    Impresionante! Te has quedado conmigo. Amo la iluminación y el trabajo hecho con las manos. Un video de 10! No hace falta más…
    Y el salón me parece…un espectáculo de buen gusto!

    Besos!
    ene

  • January 30, 2014 at 10:51 am

    I really like the idea of modular lighting, sculpting our own yet with someone else’s design behind it – it’s kind of safe… Nice story Gudy and I can see why you love the ceramics on the wall too, really lovely. M

  • Doris
    February 5, 2014 at 3:55 pm

    I can understand the appeal of the lighting Gudy, it reminds me a little bit of branches in a tree in the most simplistic form. The ceramic display at the back is very impressive. xD

    • Gudy
      February 6, 2014 at 12:12 pm

      I haven’t thought about branches but you are so right, Doris.x

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