Earlier this week we posted about designer Danica Wilcox’s interiors studio, Hito Home. As part of Hito, a creative lab out of Polleca in Mallorca, Spain, Danica designs a collection of experimental lighting in collaboration with painter Nicholas Woods.
Why lighting? “Necessity is the motherhood of invention,” says Danica. “We started making lights because we couldn’t find anything we liked.” Danica and Nicholas began working with brass parts from the US, vintage socket splitters, canvas, marble, plaster, and waxed pine. They experiment with painting lightbulbs and shades—the shades are made of canvas and Nicholas paints them as he would a painting. Lighting is available directly through Hito Home online and custom orders can be placed by contacting the studio.
Above: An overview of the current lights on offer.
Above: The brass Clamp Lamp is €450 ($502.64).
Above: The Three-Legged Lamp has a green painted canvas shade; €550 ($614.34) with the shade, €400 ($446.79) without.
Above: The Hexagonal Table Lamp is made with nickel-plated brass tubes, a hand-painted canvas shade, and a wooden base; €650 ($726.03).
Above: The Pendant Lamp is a hammered metal shade with a hand-painted lightbulb; €350 ($390.94).
Above: The Kneeling Lamp is €350 ($390.94).
Above: The Lightning Lamp is made with cast brass tubing, an Italian marble base, and a hand-painted canvas shade; €650 ($726.03).
Above: The Brass Standing Lamp with Plaster Octagonal Base has an adjustable arm; €1,200 ($1,340.37).
Shopping for lights? See our other posts for more ideas:
- Nostalgic Lighting Inspired by the Battersea Power Station in London
- Ceramic Table Lamps from an LA Modernist
- Tunisian-Influenced Style Via Tinja in France
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