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Pair of Alfetta Table Lamps, Sergio Mazza

Pair of Alfetta Table Lamps

Sergio Mazza

Design - 26 x 25 x 93 cm


Three Vintage Chandeliers, Carlo Nason

Three Vintage Chandeliers

Carlo Nason

Design - 93 x 88 x 21 cm


Lampadaire à Double Balanciers - Métal Laqué Noir, Stilnovo

Lampadaire à Double Balanciers - Métal Laqué Noir


Design - 187 x 26 x 22 cm


Tabacoff La lampe d'Aladin d'or  / Gold Aladin lamp, Boris Tabacoff

Tabacoff La lampe d'Aladin d'or / Gold Aladin lamp

Boris Tabacoff

Design - 30 x 15 x 4 cm


Monkey Lamp, Fat

Monkey Lamp


Design - 70 x 50 x 25 cm


Bitter Sweet (Moyenne lampe bleue et rose), Xanthe Somers

Bitter Sweet (Moyenne lampe bleue et rose)

Xanthe Somers

Design - 94 x 54 x 28 cm

€2,800 €2,520

Bad boys, Sam Son

Bad boys

Sam Son

Design - 140 x 100 x 11 cm


Liberté pour les libres, Egalité pour les égaux, Fraternité pour les frères, Maja Bajevic

Liberté pour les libres, Egalité pour les égaux, Fraternité pour les frères

Maja Bajevic

Design - 97 x 280 cm


Past Glories (Battersea Power Station), Michael Wallner

Past Glories (Battersea Power Station)

Michael Wallner

Design - 72 x 120 x 12 cm


Chandelier Max Kruger-Berlin ca., Max Kruger

Chandelier Max Kruger-Berlin ca.

Max Kruger

Design - 80 x 64 x 64 cm


Chandelier Franz Haegele Schwintzer & Gräff Berlin ca., Franz Haegele

Chandelier Franz Haegele Schwintzer & Gräff Berlin ca.

Franz Haegele

Design - 115 x 52 x 52 cm


Boite lumineuse outremer, Anne Ghez

Boite lumineuse outremer

Anne Ghez

Design - 32 x 24 x 5 cm


Applique murale Womb II, Jan Ernst

Applique murale Womb II

Jan Ernst

Design - 50 x 38 x 12 cm


Boite lumineuse ocean, Anne Ghez

Boite lumineuse ocean

Anne Ghez

Design - 32 x 23.5 x 7 cm


Chandelier Max Kruger-Berlin ca, Max Kruger

Chandelier Max Kruger-Berlin ca

Max Kruger

Design - 103 x 59 x 59 cm


Shitake, magic mushrooms, Potchi Moopp

Shitake, magic mushrooms

Potchi Moopp

Design - 100 x 100 x 100 cm


Lighting for Sale

Lighting's primary purpose is to illuminate a space. It distributes, filters, and transforms light. This fixture is not necessarily the source of light, but rather, is a mechanism used to support a system, providing artificial light.

There is an array of fixtures under the header of lighting. This includes, but is not limited to, lamps and other mobile lighting objects, suspended lighting fixtures, and large floor-based lighting fixtures.

Light fixtures can be made from various materials. Traditionally, they are created out of metal, most specifically, brass and sheet metal. Others are made from porcelain and glass.

Amongst the various types of glass used is opal glass, which has a special place when evaluating glass light fixtures, as it is known for its particular effect on light diffusion. Opal glass was a beloved material for lighting designers, most specifically at the beginning of the 20th-century.

Lighting devices evidently changed over the decades, as a result of the progress of technological advancements. Beyond the evolution of lighting technology, these objects have also been transformed, heavily, by the designers behind their creation. Designers are quite often a product of their times, reflecting the style of the times, and such influences are typically seen in their designs. Lighting fixtures from the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries mirror the movements that coincided at the same time… Movements such as Art NouveauSurrealism, and Art Deco heavily influenced designers of the time.

Light has also been a source of inspiration for many artists, whether in painting or sculpture. Think of the technique of chiaroscuro, for example, which allows artists to create intense contrast by playing with shadows. But the border between design objects and works of art is even thinner in the field of sculpture. For example, the creation of neon sculptures, as done by the artist Mary Jo McGonagle, is a perfect example of the multiple possibilities that light offers in art.

Are you fascinated to discover or rediscover modern and contemporary lighting fixtures? Explore a collection of selected lighting objects!

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