Modern design isn’t just about creating "the look," it’s about functionality, innovation, reliability and quality. It may be the initial aesthetic aspects that catch your eye, but it’s the combination of the above factors that will help a piece stand the test of time. Let’s take a look at lighting.
Eileen Gray’s sleek Tube Light, designed in 1927, will make an impressive statement. This classic fixture is turned on with a foot switch, and the incandescent tube fills a room with warm light.
The Tavola Luce Side Table bathes your room in soft, atmospheric light- a table and lamp all in one.
Used as a table or stool, the Cubu-Lux can be used indoors or out, filtering soft tones of pink, green, blue or orange.
A baroque lamp reinvisioned in polycarbonate, Ferrucio Laviani’s Bourgie Lamp is perfectly crafted with modern technology. A special coupling system allows the lamp to be adjusted to three different heights.
Folkform has given us the smokey Palmett Lamp Shade, blending oriental style with contemporary acrylic.