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Lighting: Lantern Clusters

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Lighting: Lantern Clusters

Julie Carlson 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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