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Monkeying around with Seletti's new outdoor lighting collection.
At this year’s Dinner by Design in Calgary, Greg Fraser and Darcy Lundgren of Dade Loft had one of the most buzzed-about displays. Suspended over their table design were a half-dozen resin monkeys—with bowls of bananas just out of their reach. I’d assumed that’s all these simians were—the sculptural equivalent of taxidermy—but in fact they’re new outdoor lamps from Seletti’s quirky collection. The ceiling design drops down over a table (a great surprise for your dinner guests), but the Monkey lamp also comes in sitting and standing form—or a hanging design that’ll cling to a wall. Perfect for the playful design lover. $690, available at Dade Loft, dadeartanddesignlab.com