Agnes Chandeliers feature a modular structure that can be assembled in configurations from a modest, 10‐light chandelier to a large 20‐light chandelier. “Agnes, in its ideal state, would be a very large fixture. You could fill up a whole ceiling,” says the designer Lindsey Adelman. Articulated joints allow for the bulbs to be rotated and arranged in a multitude of ways. The bulbs can be completely vertical, in a churchlike state or at irregular angles in a more whimsical arrangement.
Jewelry is the inspiration for Rudi, a series of pendant lamps named after Lukas Peet's father. Rudi is made from bent brass tubes that hold handmade cold cathode lamps. The fixtures hang from their cords, which are knotted around the metal tubes.
A sibling of Jason Miller’s Endless, Mini Endless is a new system of lights based on a tubular structure that can go on forever. Luminescent acrylic tubes are supported by brass and nickel hardware. Wood and powder coated steel sections conceal all the electronics. The possibilities are endless.
A spare and economical form, Excel is part of a family of fixtures made from simple and elegant structures that support illuminated shades. Inspired by the colorful lines and charts of the software program, the full Excel family includes the table lamp, wall sconce, floor lamp and chandelier.