Say hello to the Counterweight collection from Fort Standard which “utilizes the weight of stone and brass in conjunction with steam-bent white oak bodies and kiln-formed glass diffusers.” Below we wee the Counterweight Floor Light (left) and the Counterweight Sconce (right):
This snazzy lamp has found a new lease on life in the past few years and with vintage patterns and metallic accents making a grand comeback in 2014 the photographer’s lamp is now hotter than ever before!
If you do not get the lighting in your home office correct right off the bat do not be disappointed. You are not alone and often it takes awhile before you figure out the specific problems of the space and come up with clever solutions.
Fort Standard consistently designs clean-lined items that celebrate material and form over embellishment. Their lighting selections are a wonderful introduction to their body of work as shown with the geometrically fabulous Framework Large Ring below. When flat glass sleek geometry dimmable LEDs and thin wooden frames combine the result is pure magic:
Abstract in its form SWIRL offers geometric and visual contrast to contemporary spaces that are dominated by simple straight lines. Designed to prevent unnecessary glare and an inconvenient flood of light from every possible angle these pendants can be used for both task and ambient lighting with ease.
The pebble-style additions are made from injection-molded thermoplastic material and are painted in chrome and steel. Setting you back by nearly this is definitely a lighting fixture that demands your attention in every possible way!