Ceiling lights often serve as the anchor of a room’s lighting scheme. Positioned overhead, they provide general illumination in a wide range of shapes, sizes, and materials. What’s more, in versions from pendants to chandeliers to flush mounts, these essential fixtures can add as much style as light to an interior.
Combining the rich texture and warmth of a natural wood interior and the technical refinement of an aluminum shell, the Duo ceiling light is a study in contrasts. The veined oak and gently curved silhouette lend an earthy, organic element, while the metal exterior offers a refined finish and ensures an even distribution of its LED light source.
Duo, which is available in either an inverted-bowl silhouette or a large-scale ring shape, exudes a soothing, enveloping sensibility.
For James Mansfield, director of London-based LSE Lighting, Duo’s appeal is “its versatility,” he says. “You can use it for both commercial and residential projects.”
“You can use it for both commercial and residential projects.”
The LED-powered ceiling lamp comes with two or four discs, the smaller complementary plate capturing and directing light back at the larger plate to generate pockets of soft, pooled light.
Seamlessly merging lean lines and sculptural spheres, this fixture integrates with the surrounding architecture and infuses a space with a soothing, Zen feel.
The Structural ceiling lamp is marked by a geometric rigour and minimalist aesthetic. Simple cubic forms enclosed in aluminum boxes bathe walls in a wash of direct and indirect LED-powered light. They are paired with slender metal rods that both join and separate the volumes, a deconstructed design that creates points of light in space.
With its pared-down profile, Structural integrates seamlessly into any setting.