Lighting: Mismatched Glass Pendants by

Issue 71 · The Modern Kitchen · June 25, 2009

Lighting: Mismatched Glass Pendants

Issue 71 · The Modern Kitchen · June 25, 2009

We like this idea: mixing glass pendants of different colors, shapes, and sizes.

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Above: A Manhattan loft; photo via the New York Times.

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Above: A cluster of Oculus Pendants from J. Good Design.

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Above: Feldman Architecture used a suite of Aurora Pendants from Niche Modern in this San Francisco kitchen.

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Above: A trio of handblown glass Terra Pendants, designed by Jeremy Pyles for Niche Modern, in three different shades at Canoe in Portland.

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Above: The cafe at the Herzog & de Meuron-designed de Young Museum in San Francisco features 40 handblown glass lozenge-shaped light fixtures  by Oakland artist Daniel Reilly.

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Above: A dark room animated with a collection of pastel handblown glass pendants; photo by Ludger Paffrath, discovered via Apartment Therapy.



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