Wide and sloped. The Coolie custom light fixture has a bit more glitz than our standard issue drum lamp shade. And when viewed from the right angle, disappears leaving only the sight of a floating illuminated disc. Nice effect for restaurant lighting.
LED Tube Lights are a welcome addition to the design toolbox. Particularly so because you don’t need a pair and can instead do something like this. Here’s our new custom pendant light we call the Wand. Fully dimmable. No ballast. From Seascape.
A little attention paid the diffuser. Pleats. Twelve cone halves radius the center and play nice with light. Best for filling high ceilings with a bit of interest.
Our Pleats ceiling drum light is lit with a dedicated LED array with multiple color temperatures and dimming options.
Intersecting acrylic and birch ply cradle a 48″, 1800 lumen LED tube light. Nice detailing, albeit on a very simple idea. The Sheet linear suspension light fixture, here at Seascape.
Cream on top. Wood veneer available in about a dozen stains, including this one in walnut. At Seascape. The Half n Half drum light fixture is accented with a dark real wood veneer. This fixtures is available in many different color ways.
Double the fun. You get some nice task lighting with some to spare at top. A smallish ceiling light that would work nicely in a smallish space… or a string of a half dozen hovering over, say, a restaurant bar top. As a mono point or mounted to our 120V flexible monorail. LED puck lamp included.
Eight “petals” surround our ceiling drum shade… for when a simple hanging lamp leaves you flat. The Bloom 8 looks best in a solid silk or a wood veneer photo print – in this case: “Photo Veneer Natural” one of our many options.
The cone does nice work of putting it out there.
You know… like how when you you’re sporting fancy new skivvies, you oh so wish you didn’t have to hide them under a confining layer of pants at the office? This. The Fletch is your fantasy… hanging from the ceiling.
Who doesn’t like Buckyballs? This was too easy because who doesn’t live in a dome these days? With your Jet-Pack and a fridge full of Soylent™? Life is pretty sweet here in the
Post Apocalypse 21st Century.
Anyhoo, our Poly24 uses 60 of these things… “Nodes”. Which can be downloaded on aforementioned page and handled by either the Hal 9000 or any 3D printer. So get busy or, if you can’t be bothered, drop a few clams, bitcoins, or whatever the going currency and we’ll ship you one.
This 400 watt mid century modern light certainly brightens things up a bit. Think work area… or a mini stadium. 3D printed canopy seats 10 cone topped arms.
The X10 at Seascape.