Crafted by Patricia Urquiola and Eliana Gerotto in 2005 this serves both as an elaborate pendant and a simple chandelier. If you are looking for the best of both those worlds then the Caboche is a pretty amazing compromise!
There is no doubt that the Mouille creations look like at times and we mean that in a good way of course! Painting a truly spectacular visual the grand ceiling lights in the collection are an instant focal point in any room.
Much like the Japanese paper lanterns that we are so familiar with the inward tuck in the design of Lullaby gives it a distinct and aesthetic form. Available in three different sizes its inviting warmth and natural appearance draw you in instantly!
From the amazing Coconut Chair to the Marshmallow Sofa and the colorful clocks George Nelson has done it all. And these floating UFO-like pendants from the design master are as popular as any of his other iconic creations. The were first brought out in 1950s and there has been no turning back since then.
One of the biggest advantages of the Serge Mouille arm lamps is that they not only occupy little foot space they also bring a sense of visual airiness to the space. Available in black and white hues the lamps also add a dash of metallic glint to pretty much any space that they adorn. First displayed in the from 1956 these super-slim lamps with their many arms are still making huge waves.
Try and complement the overall architectural makeup of the stairs with that of the lighting fixture. Those with a sleek spiral staircase can bring home a cascading chandelier that has intricate curves and maybe even a corkscrew design.