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Lighting: O’Lampia Studio in New York

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Lighting: O’Lampia Studio in New York

July 30, 2010

Discovered via Shelterpop (and featured in Meg Ryan’s Martha’s Vineyard house): lighting from O’Lampia Studio in New York. Founded in 1993 by Kwang Lee, a designer with a background in fine art, the studio makes finely detailed custom light fixtures; all lighting is manufactured in Lampia’s New York city factory and is available in a variety of materials and finishes. The whole range can be seen at O’Lampia’s two-story shop at 155 Bowery in New York; go to O’Lampia for ordering information.

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Above: The Swing Hat Sconce is available with a glass or metal shade.

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Above: Cylinder Lamp.

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