Western Living Magazine
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Bring a contemporary gallery feel to your home with the striking lines and bold silhouettes of sculptural floor lamps.
Designed to look like a suspended ball of light, the Classicon lantern light (from $3,300) glows from within. informinteriors.com
Roche Bobois’s statuesque Planetarium floor lamp (price available on request) radiates light like stars from its three blown-glass spheres. roche-bobois.com
The Kopra standing lamp ($16,975) by David Weeks Studio is a marvel of lighting design, with 10 steel shades in three sizes that can swivel independently up to 320 degrees. spencerinteriors.ca
Marset’s Copérnica lamp (price available on request) brings to mind the delicate and ever-changing mobiles of American sculptor Alexander Calder. lightform.ca
What’s the difference between a lamp and a light source? That’s the question that inspired the Filigree floor lamp ($3,580), which diffuses light through a translucent screen to create an ideal glow. livingspace.com
Minimal lines and a cantilevered base make the Seesaw floor lamp ($580) an understated beauty. latelierhome.com