Centre Pieces: Top 10 sculptural lights

SEP 3, 2015 | By Jaina Chandwany

Radiant and unique, these pieces amaze with their unusual forms and ability to stretch the beholder’s imagination. Go on, razzle dazzle your guests with our top selection from Salone del Mobile 2015.  1. Wever and Ducre From the Rock collection, this floor lamp stuns with its geometrical anatomy in stone and birch plywood. Website: www.weverducre.com2. Diesel Living and Foscarini Pipe is clad in unrefined linen, so its output is warm and diffused. Available in two versions and colours. Website: LladroEach handcrafted porcelain fixture from the Mademoiselle line literally takes shape of the voluminous, opulent outfits of 16th century women. Website: www.lladro.com4. Luceplan Crafted to look like a wine goblet, Mesh by Argentine Francisco Gomez Paz consists of tiny LEDs connected with a maze of metal cables. The lightweight creation lets you control its intensity and illumination. Website: www.luceplan.com5. La MurrinaBalloton is a bulbous glass creation with a simple silhouette inspired by the outline of classic chandeliers.Website: www.lamurrina.com6. SelettiTwist lamp doesn’t venture far away from the brand’s signature eclecticism. We love the glass ceiling bulb’s squiggle shape and range of fun colours. Website: www.seletti.it7. Flos Ron Gilad’s 2620 pendant can best be described as an artistic interpretation of a frozen tornado, with suspended alumiunium rings. Website: www.flos.com8. Artemide Les Danseuses by Atelier Oi are a nod to the outfits of whirling dervishes. The “shades” spin on their axis at their own pace, a phenomenon accounted for by the Coriolis forces that govern the physics of hurricanes.Website: www.artemide.com9. Barovier & TosoOur two favourites from Barovier & Toso: Nevada with a pine tree form, multiple arms and mini lamps and Tangeri, a throwback to Morroccan palaces. Website: www.barovier.com10. SicisFrom the Fluxus range by Massimiliano Raggi, these chandeliers boast a combination of metal and the company’s signature mosaics through special techniques. Website: