We're impressed by the ingenuity of these Switch lights, that look like a standard rocker switch, but actually conceal a subtle ambient light, and can be tilted up or down, as needed.
Touring musical acts and theater have been enthralling audiences with lights and sound for decades. The technology has slowly gotten more and more immersive, and we see the results of those advances, thanks to lighting artist Christopher Bauder and musician Kangding Ray.
An impressive bookstore in China features a massive chandelier that is meant to mimic pages floating in the air.
You didn't think you needed a Spanish ham light fixture, or an old mop that is actually a lamp. But German creative firm Rrudi has all that and more, covering a huge swath of funny, goofy, and interesting subject matter.
Studio Drift is known for big and dramatic lighting installations, ones that fill major civic spaces and fancy hotel lobbies. This particular stunner is called In 20 Steps, and is designed as a tribute to human's desire to be able to fly.
This humdrum delivery van hides a very special secret inside: a beautifully ornate lighting installation. Interior designer Lee Broom's Optical series of lighting is sophisticated, and fits amazingly into the classical architecture setting.
Display design for a new collection of Marset lighting features a bold glass cube and minimalist angles.
The Mondo light by Antonio Facco has laser cut shades that adjust independently, to give you flexibility in style and light output.
This super clever lamp is designed by Andrey Privalov, and it’s definitely a conversation-piece product. Slam dunk! Via Behance.