Lighting can add sculpture to a room. Glass has been made for over four thousand years, beginning in Western Asia. Lindsey Adleman, a New York industrial designer with a special interest in light fixtures, creates elaborate chandeliers of blown glass bubbles that fundamentally change the feel of a room.
This striking light fixture of branching arms and hand blown glass has a sculptural power. It's bold and captivating presence keep the room fresh and modern.
These beautiful hand blown glass bulbs change the tone of this entry. The superbly designed fixture adds to the eclectic approach that contrasts elaborate and simple, timeless and contemporary. It keeps the entry looking uncluttered.
This lightweight chandelier was created by tying together hand-blown glass balls with cables and cotton twine. Originally designed by Jean Pelle for ReadyMade Magazine, it's a beautiful design you can make yourself or purchase online.
These Happy Kiss lights from Caleb Siemon and Carmen Salazar are reminiscent of another era and play with the reflective and maleable qualities of glass. The heavy thick walls are hand manipulated to create a creased and individual form with unending refractions.
First Lady Michelle Obama admired the work of Caleb and commissioned him to design containers for the output of honey bees stationed in the White House garden hive. They are part of a tea set that she gave to the other first ladies attending the G20 Summit in Pittsburgh. Since the honey pot commission, more State Department requests have come.