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Dramatic art lighting to enhance your home decor

Sometimes only the most dramatic lighting is suitable for a particular room. Fortunately, there are many designer lights out there that are elaborate enough to attract the most discerning homeowners. This winter, Homedit found a great variety of artistic innovations in Miami. Here you can find some of the latest lighting, from modern to luxurious and whimsical - something for everyone.

Gallery Kreo

This Parisian gallery is a popular favorite with its advanced designs spanning the world of iconic pieces and new profiles. Floor lamps ”anh chandeliers and sconces are versatile sch the gallery always has a selection of wonderful vintage st in addition to their temporary designs.>

Excellent vintage elements such as the “239/2” wall lights by Gino Sarfatti, which flank the mirror, underline this setting. On the console table is “Frozen Spring” from the frozen-time collection by Studio Wieki Somers, which produced a limited edition of eight numbered and signed copies. The beautiful table lamp> consists of resin, silk flowers and a UV top coat.

Jin Compassion is a modern floor lamp, also by Studio Wieki Somers. The shade is made of nuno fabric and the rest is made of fiberglass, carbon steel, aluminum, springs and LED light sources. The mast made of anodized aluminum sits on a tulip on a foot made of wood and anodized aluminum.

Future perfect

The Future Perfect was born in Brooklyn with the goal of being a showcase for extraordinary decorative art and design, and has now added locations in Manhattan and San Francisco. Founder David Alhadeff has grown the gallery into a platform for design from around the world, including emerging artists and established names.

These wall lights ”by eric roinestad deb at design miami, each ceramic piece by the californian designer is handmade and in small series. This is the first lighting collection to inspire its own Scandinavian heritage mixed with California folk modern.>

This pair of table lamps is bronze Cenotaph Lamps by Kristin Victoria Barron. The fascinating lamps are inspired by an even more interesting dream sequence. It is based on a strange man, his daughter, three horses, a mare, a gelding and a horse of both sexes. In the dream sequence, the man offers Barron a filigree gold card to request him to meet his daughter and the horses. Barron tries to contact the man night after night without success. The shape of the cenotaph lamp is both a raised offering bowl and a cenotaph (empty grave) for the daughter and the horses, which will never be found again, ”writes the Gallery Kreo website.

Michael Anastassiades' loop collection is exclusive to The Future Perfect. It plays on balance, color and the minimal shape of the loop. Thin green rings hold three orbital lights in the eye-catching triple-loop suspension. The double loop floor has an additional ”sculptural element.> The double loop suspension and the single wall loop are minimally beautiful lights.

Amman Gallery

The Cologne-based Amman Gallery has been very influential and instrumental in advancing artists and seeing them in influential collections.

Friedman Benda

This relatively young gallery from New York City has been a world champion thanks to its spectacular pieces thanks to its short existence - barely more than 10 years. The ultra-modern gallery is an avenue for master designers and a starting point for experimental artists.

At Design Miami 2016 Friedman Benda showed two rooms, an installation called “Asymmetrical Symmetry”, in which works by 11 international artists are shown.

Carpentry workshop gallery

The Carpenter’s Workshop Gallery has made a name for itself through the production and exhibition of functional sculptures. They focus on works by emerging artists as well as established creators. Founded as a partnership between Julien Lombrail and Loic Le Gaillardt. The first location was opened in London. They later added a Paris gallery and now a New York room.

This is the “Askance” floor lamp by the Australian designer Charles Trevelyan. It is made of patinated bronze.

The Banana Lamp from Studio Job was a real eye-catcher at Design Miami. More art than just lighting, this whimsical piece of light is really fun. Made of polished bronze and stained, blown ”glass, it also features hand paint and LED components.

Patrick Parrish Gallery

The Patrick Parrish Gallery in New York City is known for its selection of unusual furniture, lighting, and art. The gallery has shown countless established artists and offers young, up-and-coming artists and designers a platform to discover. The pieces exhibited at exhibitions like Design Miami are always different and provocative. These lights are Kristin Victoria Barron's Alkahest Dome Lights based on a dream of a melting cathedral.

Hostler Burrows

This New York gallery always charms with the pieces it brings to shows like Design Miami. This year we especially loved the giant crystal lights by Swedish designer Frida Fjellman. Like large, colorful sugar crystals, the lights are decadent and luxurious, emphasized by metallic fittings and chains.

Hostler Burrows was founded in 1998 by Kim Hostler and Juliet Burrows and focuses on Nordic design. As the first company in the USA, artists and designers of the 20th century such as Axel Salto, Berndt Friberg, Josef Frank and Finn Juhl showed.

Victor Hunt

Brussels-based Victor Hunt Designart Dealer trades and curates contemporary design with a focus on limited editions from the “most notable emerging creators”. The gallery sees "Designart as a grayscale in the field of industrial design, craft, architecture, sculpture and many other art disciplines." At the design "miami>", as at earlier trade fairs, the light objects in the gallery attracted a lot of attention.

This light sculpture comes from the Amsterdam artist Arnout Meijer, called Sight V, made of optical acrylic glass, lacquered aluminum and LEDs.

Works by artist Tom Price explore familiar materials in an unfamiliar way. Price infiltrates traditional manufacturing techniques and introduces a “dose of entropy” into what are normally very controlled processes. This is his Synthesis B series.

Southern Guild

The Southern Guild represents a limited design made in Africa by artists and designers in South Africa. This is the Hok chandelier made of ostrich skeleton pieces cast in bronze, it was founded by Otto du Plessis, a Bronze Age founder, a Cape Town art foundry who specializes in casting bronze sculptures using the lost wax technique and sand casting techniques.

R and company

You can count on R and Company to have some of the most whimsical and funniest pieces at every design show. This year there were other wild pieces in addition to works by the Haas brothers. Katie Stout, known for her colorful and fantastic works that seem almost alive and well. This is Stout's “girl's lamp”.

Last but not least, we have this Dr. Seuss-esque table lamp from the Haas Brothers, who made themselves famous with a unique and often funky style design. Her current work focuses on topics related to nature, science fiction, sexuality, psychedelia, and color theory, according to R and Company.

Everyone has a budget ”and it is important to stick to it when decorating. However, it's also important to add a rich piece, as well as something that appeals to you artistically. Ornate lighting can do double the job, giving you the best bang for your buck. If you haven't found anything you like here, check out the individual galleries and see what else they have to offer.