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There are some new and exciting explorations of geometric shapes, both minimal and complex, that are becoming signature design elements in many contemporary lighting fixtures.
Check out the fixtures below for some great examples of this hot trend for 2017.
The Planar pendant is influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright’s visionary Fallingwater home from the 1930’s. The LED pendant delivers clean, modern, gravity-defying lines that are sure to enhance high-end dining rooms and living rooms. The Planar is also handcrafted using steel at a Vermont forge.
The bee’s knees.
A delicate three-dimensional weave of steel shows off design inspiration and whimsy. You have the option to choose from two different finishes – one for the light fixture and one for the sculptural element.
The Calx pendant has been an absolute hit in our showroom. The combination of the warm walnut wood, brushed brass and geometric shape are sure to make this pendant a focal point in any space!
Nick Sheridan, designer and a co-founder of Cerno states,
“The Calx is a nice example of modern design where the methods and the materials themselves are integral to its very conception, aligning form and function, which creates a synergy that is evident. The fixture ultimately forms a square aperture but enjoys a beautifully simple faceted structure.”
ANGULAR CAGE PENDANT
A series of geometric cubes set at various angles with a black or silver finish. This pendant provides a great amount of light, has strong visual interest and is easily adaptable to LED technology. There is unexpected elegance to this fixture that you would not find in a basic geometric fixture.
Stop by our showroom for more geometric fixture options at various price points. Talk with our Lighting Specialists to help you find the perfect light for your space. We are open Monday to Friday 8.00am – 6.00pm and Saturday 9.00am – 5.00pm.