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icff 2012: lighting

by Grace Bonney


ICFF coverage is coming to a close, so I wanted to get a few last minute favorites in before the week is over. There were some really fantastic new lighting designs this year, so I rounded up my favorites for a lighting extravaganza. If you have the space to hang some of these, please do. That paperclip-shaped pendant is calling my name… xo, grace

Image above: Hand woven paper lamps by Tomomi Sayuda


Image above:
Colorful anglepoise lamps from Tse & Tse



Image above: Lindsey Adelman‘s big piece was breathtaking. Seriously, you have to see these in real life to take in how spectacular they are.


Image above: Cute ice cream cone lights from Alex Garnett

More lighting (shaped like bats!) after the jump…




Images above: Yellow Office Landscape made incredible bulbs shaped like birds, fish and animals. What I thought was a bunny ended up being a bat you hang upside down.



Images above: Dramatic lighting from Roll & Hill


Image above: Modern chandelier from Soren Rose Studio



Images above: Old records get a new life as lamps from GIN art & design



Images above: Beautiful glass lighting from Sklo


Image above: Light-weight wooden pendants from from WEP


Image above: Hanging pendants from Studio Dunn


Image above: Lights from Craig Jenkins

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