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Lighting Inspired by French Modernists

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Lighting Inspired by French Modernists

Julie Carlson April 20, 2012

Discovered via our friend David John of You Have Been Here Sometime: the New Nouveau lighting series by Jason Koharik of Collected.

According to Koharik, "The lamp series is inspired by the beautiful sweeping lines and modeled forms of the Art Nouveau period and early French Modernists. Each lamp is a one-of-a-kind sculpture made with a variety of reclaimed and recycled materials that show age and marks from its maker." A limited selection is available through Lawson-Fenning in Los Angeles; to see the full line, go to Collected.

Above: "Each lamp is hand-crafted and -hammered in an effort to create a unique and nostalgic piece that can settle comfortably in a modern environment," Koharik says.

Above: A pair of sconces reminiscent of work by Serge Mouille.

Above: An adjustable wall sconce from the New Nouveau series.

Above: A floor lamp from the New Nouveau series.

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