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Remodelista Reconnaissance: The Design Lamp of the Moment, Popping Up Everywhere

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Remodelista Reconnaissance: The Design Lamp of the Moment, Popping Up Everywhere

March 18, 2022

Recently we’ve been spying one jaunty little bronze table lamp all over. Eagle-eyed readers wrote in to inquire about the source; here’s its provenance.

The Sightings

we spotted the lamp most recently in la based jewelry designer kathleen whitake 9
Above: We spotted the lamp most recently in LA-based jewelry designer Kathleen Whitaker’s cottage rental: It’s on the table to the left, next to the couch. Photograph by Ye Rin Mok from Next Stop, Montecito: Once a Train Depot, Now a Minimalist Sanctuary.
the lamp also made a cameo in this sophisticated at home workspace in la. photo 10
Above: The lamp also made a cameo in this sophisticated at-home workspace in LA. Photography by John Daniel Powers, courtesy of Patrick Bernatz Ward, from ‘Old California’ in an Updated 1907 Arts & Crafts-Style House in Los Angeles.

The Source

the light in question is the table lamp t\1.0\1.0\1 by brooklyn based lighting  11
Above: The light in question is the Table Lamp T1.01.01 by Brooklyn-based lighting designer Lindsey Adelman, available via The Future Perfect. The design combines  “the industrial and the organic,” the retailer says, with a hammered bronze shade hand-forged in East Hampton, New York.

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