At first glance the giant Maskros pendant looks like it could set you back by a couple of thousand dollars at the very least. Classy and sophisticated it fills the air with a sense of festive joy thanks to the pristine white look and the obvious reference to a dandelion.
Moving away from designs of the modern era we shine the spotlight on a truly distinguished and classic icon – the designed by Giancarlo Mattioli for Artemide in 1967. If the Luau represents elegant contemporary design and the Hicks a more rustic and industrial style the Nesso adds a splash of vintage minimalism to your home.
Yet bringing home a timeless design icon instead of ‘just another lamp’ adds to the overall appeal of your home while giving it a touch of refined elegance. Today we take a look at three such lamps spread across different eras and styles which will help in giving your entire home a gorgeous makeover.
Among these services are innovative product design and the development of unique spatial environments involving custom fixtures and furnishings. Not to mention Fort Standard designs and produces its own line of stellar modern products and furniture. Read on for a detailed look at their creations. Yes we’re in awe…
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):
For another Counterweight selection with a suspended twist check out the Counterweight Pendant Light crafted of ash white glass marble and brass: