Halo-shaped pendants based upon prosecco bubbles and counterbalanced office lamps feature among US reporter Eleanor Gibson’s choice of the top lighting styles presented at this year’s Interior decoration Program Toronto.
Lighting was the greatest product classification at the program, and we have actually selected 5 of our favourites from the crop of launches:
Montreal-based Lambert & & Fils and designer Guillaume Sasseville stacked 2 direct lights at right-angles– one facing up and the other pointed down– in this reimagining of typical strip lights discovered in offices.Halo Chandelier by
Matthew McCormick These circular pendant
lights by Vancouver-based designer Matthew McCormick are”motivated by the golden bubbles drifting in an Italian prosecco”. They can be set to hang at different lengths, and loop through a metallic support readily available in brass, copper, nickel and 24-karat gold.Lantern Pendant by Hollis+Morris 3 black squares connected by matching chord form the silhouette of this pendant light, which broadens in
the middle to look like a lantern. Developed by Hollis+Morris, a studio situated outside of Toronto, the model was also launched as a column-shaped version.New York style studio Pelle surrounded a lightbulb with a triangular plan of metal panels, to diffuse light in various directions. Readily available as both a pendant and a sconce, the style is little enough to fit a range of homes.Mila by Matthew McCormick Another style by McCormick, the Mila is a pendant featuring hand-blown glass worlds that appear to stabilize at the base of looped metal frames.