Lighting gets geometric and deconstructed with shape-shifting, linear beauty.

Lighting_E15Colour.jpg Interplay

The e15 Colour floor lamp ($2,760) is minimalist yet theatrical, architectural yet atmospheric—a luminescent creation by Norwegian designers that melds sculpture and light with paired slabs of pink and blue glass.

Lighting_PateraPendant.jpg Grid Game

Diamond-shaped cells make up the surface tex-ture of the glowing sphere on Louis Poulsen’s Patera pendant ($1,995), inspired by the mathematical Fibonacci formula and named Lamp of the Year in the 2016 Danish Design Awards.

Lighting_SlampAria.jpg Nice Curves

The Slamp Aria lamp ($2,835), designed by the late, great architect Zaha Hadid, is a dynamic and voluminous creation, much like her renowned buildings.

Lighting_CorrinePendant.jpg Circuit Board

Curving and intersecting, the chrome-and-brass Corrine pendant by Nuevo Living ($725) is a high-wire act for the ceiling.

Lighting_EdisonPendant.jpg Bare Element

The classic look of the old-school light bulb regroups in this Edison pendant ($450).

Lighting_ZeusPendant.jpg Nuts and Bolts

Seemingly made from a mass of lightning bolts, the Zeus pendant lamp ($255) is a metallic crown for any room.

Lighting_DesignersPick.jpg Designer's Pick: Mitchell Freedland

“The Holtkötter floor lamp ($899) works with any vibe and comes in a variety of metal finishes to suit any palette.”; available at

For more great shopping picks, subscribe to the WL newsletter!