CLARO 3

Category:  wall light / sconce   Year designed:  2000   Originally one design from large commission in 2000 for contemporary refurbishment of a private fort on the Channel Islands.  Claro 3 was an application of modernist materials and principles for lighting a fortified building for domestic use in simple

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ESPIGA

Espiga floorlamp launched in 1996 and was shortlisted by the late Vernor Panton for the 100% Design Blueprint Prize. This sculptural design took lighting in a new direction in 1997 and has become an iconic piece. The collar holding the rods, slides and acts as

CLARO 2

Category:  wall light / sconce   Year designed:  2000   Originally one design from a large commission in 2000 for contemporary refurbishment of a private fort on the Channel Islands.  Claro 2 was an application of modernist materials and principles for lighting a fortified building on a headland for

VELADORA

Category:  wall light / sconce   Year designed:  2011   Veladora was designed for use in repeat along long hall corridor spaces, stairwells and singly in areas where light is needed unobtrusively and doesn't detract from the architecture.  A plaster-in recess box, for either masonry or timber partition plaster

ARENA No.30

Category:  Pendant lighting   Year designed:  2014   Delicate hand-blown borosilicate glass is freely supported by intricately hand crafted metalwork in negra finish, copper and nickel.  Available in full amber, plain and sandblasted/semi opaque glass.  Can work as single pendants and in groups from one custom canopy.  Glass, chains

ARENA No.17

Year designed:   2014   Arena No. 17 cone shape, glass pendant light fitting.   Delicate hand-blown, rippled, borosilicate glass held in intricately hand-crafted metalwork and chain.  Available in amber or clear glass with bottom half sandblasted/semi opaque glass.   Designed to work as single lights or in groups.  Glass,

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Claro 3

Category:  wall light / sconce   Year designed:  2000   Originally one design from large commission in 2000 for contemporary refurbishment of a private fort on the Channel Islands.  Claro 3 was an application of modernist materials and principles for lighting a fortified building for domestic use in simple