2017 is here, whether we’re ready for it or not and that means design trends will be creeping out of the woodworks. One area of design that will definitely be showcasing trends is lighting. It’s one of those things we all require and there’s no doubt that thousands of new designs flood the market every year to accommodate those needs. With that said, certain design trends lead the pack and here are five that we think will be at the head of the class in 2017.
For the modern lighting brand arturo alvarez, nature plays an important role in the design of their lighting. With their studio nestled in the woods of Spain, arturo alvarez creates lighting that is raw and real. We’re taking a peek into this studio hidden among the trees. Come with us as we explore where the light comes from.
With 2016 coming to a close, we were a little curious to see just what lighting fixtures people were gravitating towards. Once you take a look at the top eight fixtures, you’ll see that it’s really no surprise why they clock in as favorites as they all fall into that “modern classic” category. Want to see what lighting everyone else is buying? Take a look at the eight bestselling light fixtures from 2016.
Let’s admit it—we live in a world that is changing faster than ever before. We make fast changes, take quick decisions, do multiple things at the same time and adapt accordingly. We expect our surroundings to do the same.
Designer Bertjan Pot has created a number of unique lighting collection for Moooi, including the iconic Random Light, as well as the Heracleum Collection, and the Prop Light Collection. Capturing the avant-garde essence of the brand, Bertjan Pot’s designs are playful in character, while remaining on the cutting edge of modern design.
While there are plenty of large lighting companies out there that make great lighting, there are so many incredible smaller, design-focused studio lighting brands that we love shining some focus on. They’re the brands that are founded by designers or ones that collaborate with up-and-coming designers to create an electric roster of fixtures. Here, we shed some light on