Lighting Collection by Lindsey Adelman Inspired by Nomadic Wandering

03.23.21 | By
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Inspired by the spirit of spontaneous wandering, Lindsey Adelman Studio has launched her latest lighting release Paradise, a collaborative collection that’s made of opaque and translucent cones, cylinders, spheres and diamonds.

The textured glass globes are blown by Brooklyn-based Michiko Sakano and Vetro Vero studio in Pennsylvania and are accented with heavy handmade brass chains, slender polished pins and pops of color. Woven throughout the fixtures are electrical wires that New York textile artist Taryn Urushido crochets almost invisibly through the brass chains. The collection is highly customizable since the fluid designs can adapt to any space. The end result is a collection of sconces and pendants that dazzle and stun from across the room.

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