We all, no doubt, routinely visit the many great lifestyle and culture blogs out there that continue to expound the culture of home decor. They inspire us to experiment with as many old things as new. Of late, serious retailers and home owners alike have been looking to the ephemera of industry to illuminate their spaces. It’s clear that after so many years what may have seemed to be a trend, is no trend at all, but rather a sustained interest in the unfinished and durable sensibility of the industrial. No where has this trend been more pervasive than lighting and since lighting has always been a huge consideration for any serious home decorator, we thought we’d share some of our favourite industrial pendants.
Roll & Hill's Bluff City designed by Jonah Takagi, 2011
Castor's Recycled Tube Light by Brian Richer and Kei Ng
Nemo's AS41Z Pendant designed by Franco Albini, 1969
Foscarini x Diesel's Cage Lamp Pendant, 2010
Fontana Arte's Lampara Pendant by Archivio Storico, 1965
Flos's Romeo Moon S2 designed by Philippe Starck, 1996
Foscarini's Aplomb Series designed by Lucidi & Pevere, 2010