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Remodelista Reconnaissance: A Woven Floor Lamp in an Architect’s Home Office

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Remodelista Reconnaissance: A Woven Floor Lamp in an Architect’s Home Office

May 27, 2022

In this week’s Remodelista Reconnaissance, we’re changing it up, sleuthing out a design detail not from a recent post but from our new book, Remodelista in Maine: A Design Lover’s Guide to Inspired, Down-to-Earth Style, released this week.

We’ve previously admired the work of architect Jocie Dickson of Jocelyn O Dickson Architecture (see A Classic/Minimal Lake Cabin in Maine), and her own young family’s fixer-upper on the coast of Cape Elizabeth is featured in the book. Today we’re taking a look at her airy, textural home office—specifically, a woven light fixture we love, perched on the floor.

The Sighting

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Above: Jocie’s home office/architectural studio is situated in an alcove in her white-washed Maine bedroom. The light fixture in question sits just beside her desk, below the window. Photograph by Greta Rybus.

The Source

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Above: In true high/low style, the light comes from a budget source. It’s Ikea’s eco-forward Knixhult Floor Lamp ($69.99), handwoven from bamboo “that would otherwise be discarded.” It’s also available as a more petite Table Lamp ($39.99).

For more on this work-at-home space, and the rest of Jocie’s home—plus nine others—pick up a copy of Remodelista in Maine wherever books are sold.

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