But you can get the current productions at prices that range from $3000 to $15000 depending on the model and number of arms. You might still need you to save up for a while to own one of these but it is well worth the extra effort…
It’s that time of the year again when we dig into the many lighting and furniture marvels that are on display at the iconic Stockholm Design Week and the Furniture & Light Fair. This annual event that showcases the very best of Scandinavian design and decor has become an integral part of the image of this beautiful city.
There is something innately captivating and timeless about the many designs produced in this golden era. Crafted with great care and unassuming brilliance the ingenious lamps of are part of this exclusive club and they are still as popular as ever.
What seems so inherently simple has several layers of complexities and often we end up going overboard and flooding our homes with an inordinate amount of illumination. This is particularly true in the case of bedrooms where we install several different types of lights without taking into account the eventual output.
Today we take a look at three brilliant lamps that Lighyears has brought to this convention that puts stylish under the spotlight. Inspirational ingenious and even eco-friendly each of these lamps has an incandescent aura of its own!
The Nelson pendant lights are also classics that never seem to go out of style. These famous Mid-Century modern pieces look like giant Japanese paper lanterns floating precariously from ceiling. And speaking of Japanese lighting there is the choice of opting for the sculptural Isamu Noguchi creations which are equally spellbinding!