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products lighting By Alissa Ponchione 1 2 3 4 1 For Hudson Valley Lighting's open-wire Colebrook fixture, a wire cage surrounds an exposed, oversized tungsten filament bulb (or an optional LED carbon filament-like bulb) secured by a circular "cork" and suspended from a braided fabric cord. Hung alone or as a cluster, the fixture is available in aged brass, old bronze, and polished nickel finishes. HUDSONVALLEYLIGHTING.COM 2 In the Lariat collection from Apparatus, taut lines are weighted by elongated orbs to address the intersection of geometry and gravity. The etchedglass teardrops hang from woven brass mesh and can be interwoven with solid brass knot-clamps similar to forms found in jewelry. Available as single, double, or triple features, the lights combine to create a larger installation. 3 4 AXOLIGHTUSA.COM FLOS.COM Comprising translucent hanging tiers, the sculptural Euler fixtures for Axo Light are reminiscent of jellyfish with each modular ceiling light producing silky, diffused ambient interior lighting. Made of white elastic fabric, its 3D-shaped lampshades can be inserted inside each other to create seven design possibilities. The popular AIM pendant by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for FLOS is now available in a bronze finish and a smaller size. The light can be positioned anywhere by connecting it to the electricity supply on the floor via long cables that create an aesthetic function. The fixtures can be hung individually or in a group. APPARATUSSTUDIO.COM December 2015 069 http://www.HUDSONVALLEYLIGHTING.COM http://www.AXOLIGHTUSA.COM http://www.FLOS.COM http://www.APPARATUSSTUDIO.COM

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Hospitality Design - December 2015

Hospitality Design - December 2015
Online TOC
From the Editor
Behind the Design
Sustainable Studio: Six Senses Douro Valley
5 Questions for Lee Schrager
Profile: Marcel Wanders
Trends: Technology
Edge of Creativity
The Cape, a Thompson Hotel
The Old Clare Hotel
Ad Index
Back Space

Hospitality Design - December 2015