Lighting: Lantern Clusters by

Issue 20 · Entryways · May 19, 2009

Lighting: Lantern Clusters

Issue 20 · Entryways · May 19, 2009

At this week's ICFF, we noted an abundance of suspension light clusters. Here are some additional ideas from our design files (also see DIY: Glass Orb Cluster Light for a do-it-yourself project from Area San Francisco).


Above: Omer Arbel of the Canadian company Bocci has a new line of blown glass lights called 28, featuring "a distorted spherical shape with a composed collection of inner shapes, one of which houses a low voltage lamp." Got to Bocci for more information.


Above: Ilse Crawford groups Nelson Pendant Lights in different sizes and shapes in her design for the Das Kranzbach spa hotel in the Bavarian Alps.


Above: We admire this lantern cluster created by Maxwell at Apartment Therapy; for instructions, go to Big, Beautiful Paper Globe Chandelier.


Above: We love the serenity of this Japanese-inspired dining room; from the portfolio of photographer Adrian Briscoe.

Above: A cluster of Tom Dixon's Fluoro lights; via Yatzer.

Above: Noguchi lanterns at OK in Los Angeles.


Above: A cluster of globe lights in a photo by Vincent Leroux.


Above: A cluster of Wohlert globe lights at Wyeth Home.

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