The Art of Light by Lindsey Adelman

September 20, 2021

Paradise Found

The Art of Light by Lindsey AdelmanAmerican designer Lindsey Adelman recently captivated the crowds at the Alcova exhibition in Milan with her Paradise collection of lights.

Delicate orbs of mouth-blown glass are suspended from the ceiling with metal loops and chains, adorned with decorative lashings and fringes. The resulting chandeliers resemble elaborate necklaces which have been infused with a whimsical spirit.

This marriage of artisanal craftsmanship with industrial components is typical of Lindsey Adelman's work, which straddles the boundary between art and design. We also like the Kingdom chandeliers, bountiful like a generous bunch of grapes; the blossom-like Cherry Bomb chandeliers and the sleek yet organic Branching Bubble collection. These lights can all be custom-made to suit different spaces, from an intimate light over a dinner table to dramatic installations in lobbies and stairwells.

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Product Inspiration

Create a decorative and whimsical vibe with the My Beautiful Backside sofa from Moroso, the Lady Sting chair from Agrippa and the Lake rug from Golran.

My Beautiful Backside Sofa - Moroso - Do Shop   Lady Sting Chair - Agrippa - Do Shop   Lake Rug - Floral Blue - Golran - Do Shop

 

For decorative, jewel-like lights try the Luci d'Oro Gold Moon chandelier from Catellani & Smith, the Wink wall lamp from Houtique and the Helio floor light from Utu

Luci d’Oro Gold Moon Chandelier - Catellani & Smith - Do Shop   Wink Wall Lamp - Houtique - Do Shop   Helio Floor Light - Utu - Do Shop

 

Add a whimsical touch with accessories such as the Souk mirror from Dooq, the Tornado vase from Ghidini 1961 and the Peonza spinning top mirror from Nomon.

Souk Red Mirror - Dooq - Do Shop   Tornado Vase - Ghidini 1961 - Do Shop   Peonza - Spinning Top Mirror - Nomon - Do Shop

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