Lighting is one of my favorite things to spec for any design project. It can add character and pull together an aesthetic, or even stand out as that "statement piece" in an interior. One of my favorite lighting sources to peruse is Lindsey Adelman Lighting. Founded in 2006, the studio first released the Branching Bubble chandelier, which defined their aesthetic moving forward:
After launching the Branching Bubble, Lindsey and her team worked to further explore the tension between the organic nature of blown glass and industrial machine parts in their designs. Here are a few more of my favorite fixtures they have created:
Lindsay Adelman's studio is based in NYC, where her team designs, prototypes, and builds their signature lighting. They work with local manufacturers to develop and produce custom parts. Forms and ideas evolve collaboratively through 1:1 model-making and testing. Her one-of-a-kind pieces add an artistic (as well as functional) element to commercial and residential spaces alike.
Which design is your fave?