Written by our guest blogger Kayla
Lit Dale Chihuly Sculpture
Alright, so maybe a lit Chihuly is a bit much as a chandelier for your home. But that’s no reason not to incorporate sculpture with a glow. Lets explore the world of sculpture as lighting, and see where your space can be illuminated with art.
In the vein of organic modern art, Hive has produced a series of light fixtures aimed at takes on basic shapes found in plants and animals. As the name indicates, many of Hive’s pieces are reminiscent of the hexagonal shape of a honeycomb. This fixture reminds us of plant roots, but is actually comprised of tiny human stick figures.
If you had any doubts about the certifiably artistic nature of this chandelier, then finding out that this item was designed specifically for the 2009 Milan Design week might just be enough to knock your socks off. The beauty of the Hope Chandelier is that it is capable of standing in the place of a traditional chandelier, and can still transcend that role through sheer force of design drama.
If streamlined is more your thing then this Agnes 20-Bulb Chandelier might just do the trick. With angles galore this brilliant fixture will bring a sense of enlightened geometry.
An iconic homage to the urban landscape these quirky sneakers fit the profile for something different, and can add a touch of whimsy to a casual space.
The effortless flow of metal woven softly as silk combined with an internal glow gives this feminine sconce a glamor all its own. In a guest bathroom or other small space this could be just the jewelry to finish off the space.
If Art Deco fell in love with Space Age Design and had a baby, this is what their light fixture offspring might look like. Not a pendant or chandelier, this fixture mounts flush against the ceiling with a spray of bulbed arms to light up the room. It gives a softer look at what can typically be a more hard edged design concept.