The Arc Lamp is a timeless work of art. Easily one of the most subtly ubiquitous lamps ever crafted. It was designed by Achille Castiglioni in 1962.
The Arc lamp features a solid marble base and an 8ft arc of brushed stainless steel. The lamp arm is adjustable, and the marble base is crafted using a solid piece of marble which weighs more than 140lbs.
The polished stainless steel shade extends eight feet beyond the base, leaving room for a dining table or sofa to sit directly beneath the light source. It’s perfect for rooms that do not have existing ceiling lighting fixtures.
The intricate Artichoke Lamp was originally designed by architect and lighting pioneer Poul Henningsen in 1958 for the Langelinie Pavillonen restaurant in Copenhagen, where it still hangs today.
This beautiful lamp is now available as a reproduction for a fraction of the price of the original. The aptly named Artichoke Lamp is composed of a series of overlapping brushed aluminum “leaves,” which reflect light from the bulb and produce soft glare-free light for the entire room. The frame is constructed of a highly polished chromed steel. Its impressive 24″ size makes this lamp suitable for high ceilings or commercial spaces.
The renowned Moooi lamp is a product by designer Bertjan Pot, who created it for the Dutch manufacturer Moooi in 2001.
With its magic 3D-look in the shape of a ball of wool the Moooi Lamp becomes the eye-catcher of any room, simply by hanging from the ceiling. It appears sophisticated and very lightweight at the same time – a symbiosis of contrasts that make Random Light a special and unique lamp!
The extraordinary structure of the chrome-plated steel of the Moooi lamp creates a witty play of shadow and light.