Sleek and minimalist, this design-led range is not only pleasing to the eye, it's perfect for creating the right ambience in any room
It’s renowned for pushing design boundaries, so when Ligne Roset unveiled its new lighting collection, we were more than a little excited. Sharp and minimalist, it’s a stark contrast to the brand’s soft and full-bodied sofa designs, together creating a pleasing balance.
From a cosmic inspired lamp to a mouth-blown glass dome, here’s our favourite five pieces from the collection…
The designer Martin Hirth created this articulated counterbalance system which enables a multitude of different angles, positions and orientations of light, at one point looking like a solar eclipse. This versatility makes it just as much a floor lamp as a reading light, providing both general indirect lighting (by angling the shade towards a wall or ceiling) and directional light above a settee, reading armchair or table.
Designed by Gregoire Moinard, this simple, yet eye-catching light emits a warm white glow from the perfectly spherical bulb, while the circular disc comes in satin black or red lacquer.
This light, balancing in a tall, thin structure, is designed by Nathalie Dewez. The LED module rotates 180° and is even completely removable, making it a versatile spotlight, reading light or task light.
Designed by Chape & Mache, the Ondule table light is like a delicate, elegant wave of copper ribbon with a matt black flexible tip. The combination of both colours accentuates the light’s geometric shape as well as its capacity to be angled as necessary.
This table lamp, by Christian Werner, is a beautiful balance of masculinity and femininity, with a black mouth-blown glass dome softly cocooning a hidden light source.