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icff 2009: lighting

by Grace Bonney

this year the lighting at icff was really strong- and with a heavy accent on organic glass forms. some of my favorites are above and below- i hope you’ll enjoy. stay tuned for more from the stationery show, icff and a biz ladies post at 2:30 today.

john pomp‘s booth blew my mind. john really outdid himself with a gorgeous new series of lighting that has moved right to the top of my “must own one day” list. i loved the domed lights above (top image) that mimic a foggy city-scape, and the hanging chandelier in a metal frame above (the frame is filled with hand-shaped glass bubbles). seriously, seriously gorgeous. (click here to see john in ‘design by the book’)

beautiful wall and hanging lighting fixtures from brooklyn’s lindsey adelman.

graffiti and landscape pendants from donna jo at re-surface design. (love the large scale of these lights)

porcelain ‘c mesh’ lighting from scott strickstein in the idsa nyc section.

swoon– glass lighting from caleb siemon.

more lovely lighting from the talented team at niche modern.

CLICK HERE for EIGHT more lighting designs after the jump!

i loved these lighting designs at the ikea booth.

cardboard lighting from gray pants in the idsa nyc section.

a black branch pendant from kenneth cobonpue.

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elegant lighting fixtures from the ochre booth.

new lighting from brooklyn mega-star, jason miller.

standing floor lights from phase.

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