Designer and owner of Ango, Angus Hutcheson fell in love with the charm of design while working as an architect. A move to Thailand in 2002 opened Hutcheson up to a bright new world of materials and design, which are the centerpiece for his modern lighting brand Ango.
In 1994, Marivi Calvo and Sandro Tothill founded Lzf Lamps and began hand-making distinctive wood-veneer fixtures in a studio in Valencia, Spain. The material beautifully diffuses the light, and all the veneers are certified by the Forest Stewardship Council. Here are some of their best-selling pendant lighting and wall light designs, many of which are in stock in a variety of styles and finishes.
Louis Poulsen is a Danish lighting company that was founded in 1874. Louis Poulsen is known for several iconic pieces by famous lighting designers Poul Henningsen and Arne Jacobsen. Louis Poulsen’s approach to lighting lies in a very strict and uncompromising product philosophy grounded in simplicity. All elements must serve a light-related purpose.
I try to understand where the thing will be made, and I try to challenge the brief, and make sure I am not repeating something that already exists. I very rarely think of the final shape of an object, or the surface before I start. I am always thinking of the material possibilities, the potential of the factory, and the structure of the object, which means that I am a vertebrate designer, rather than an invertebrate! I am inspired by just about everything: cooking and architecture, engineering and sci-fi , music and contemporary sculpture , British traditions and travel.
Pablo Pardo, has been at the forefront of innovative lighting design since he established his eponymous company in San Francisco two decades ago. The Venezuelan-born designer offers an extensive collection of modern floor, table, and suspension fixtures that bridge the gap between timelessness and technological innovation.
The Lightyears brand infuses the natural trinity of light, functionality, and aesthetics into the fundamental creation of beautiful illumination. Founded on a strong Scandinavian legacy, Lightyears pushes boundaries with its progressive designs that renew and innovate traditional Danish lighting with modern interpretation.
To call Jonathan Adler prolific is an understatement. The New York City-based ceramicist and designer long ago moved beyond just vases and tabletop accessories to put his signature cool and cheeky mark on everything from needlepoint pillows to handbags and hotel design, debuting new creations at a fast and furious pace. To produce his latest series of lighting designs, however, he partnered with the esteemed North Carolina lighting company Robert Abbey.