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.
Or you build your own design by varies structures and individual pieces, and the chandelier becomes a DIY project.
So the Agnes Chandelier designed for Roll & Hill, is a modular system of metal parts that support a swarm of tubular glass lights.
They are available in bronze, satin black, high gloss black, brass and polished aluminum depending on your style, you have plenty to choose.
Have a peak at this video to get the feeling how much they care about manufacturing, design and style.