Context is everything, especially with design. An item's beauty, presence and even purpose can be reinterpreted depending on its surroundings. This week we share with you six of our lighting designs in living contexts. The spaces are as different as can be and that's precisely why we love to see where the lights have found their individual homes.
The Branch Lamp's delicate beauty and natural undulating form stands bright in a Sukhothai Hotel walkway, Bangkok.
Accentuating the consoles' lines and form, the Canister Table Lamp has found its home at the Ritz Carlton Private residences, Bangkok.
The classic beauty of symmetry is enhanced by our Drop Table Lamps in this room by Bo Interiors, Bangkok.
A sitting area at the Airways Hotel in Papua New Guinea, showcases the Keys Hurrican Lanterns on the left and Liana Floor Lamp in the corner. The height and dark lines unite the room.
In the private Hong Kong residence a pair of Woven Orb Lanterns continue the visual and textural interest of the space.
A collection of Hourglass Sconces illuminate and elevate the textured wall in this Tokyo restaurant designed by Design Eight.
The Cornice Table Lamp makes a bold statement in the Puyi Optical shop, Hong Kong designed by LI & Co.
The monumental Carapace Uplight is both practical and sculpture in this Swiss private residence.