Asymmetrical lighting fixtures function as part illumination, part art.
The Sedona Single chandelier from Tech Lighting features glass orbs suspended from the sleek branchlike central hub via contrasting textured cloth covered cords. While each glass orb is perfectly spherical and smooth on the exterior, the interior features gradually thickening bands of glass, which are artfully crafted by talented artisans. Shown here is Smoke glass and an Aged Brass finish. www.techlighting.com
Gabriel Scott’s Harlow Dried Flowers pendant is available in several frame and blown glass colors. The piece measures 32 inches wide and 60 inches long. www.gabriel-scott.com
Le Royer Large fixture from Canadian company Larose Guyon measures 60 inches long with dimmable LEDs. Available in several configurations and also in Satin Brass, Satin Copper and Satin Nickel. www.laroseguyon.com
From Anony, Dawn is created with Plexiglas panels that drape over a refined aluminum tube producing dynamic shapes and subtle shades of colors. Equipped with 3000K LEDs that emit 1,425 lumens. www.anony.ca
The Linkka chandelier from Arteriors, shown here in the Heritage Brass finish, has six opal glass globes spread across three different tiers, yielding an unexpected vertical, slim silhouette. Even cooler? It’s approved for use in covered outdoor areas. www.arteriorshome.com
Troy Lighting’s Enigma seven-light pendant reminds us of a metal bracelet. Vintage bulbs add another interesting detail. www.troy-lighting.com
Dramatic light and shadow play allow the Cascade pendant from Hubbardton Forge to interact with its environment. The fixture is adjustable, provides both up- and downlight and is available in six finish options. www.hubbardtonforge.com