The recent Coastal Issue of Boston Home is all about celebrating the summer. From Cape Cod retreats to travel must haves, the magazine is always on top of the news and trends. On the essentials pages you will find Casa Design’s Elmira “Ant” polished brass sculptures, Sangha rattan pendant lamp by Dark Studio and Alex Turco “Golden Agate” waterproof art panel from Casa Outdoor. All of it you can purchase through Casa Design.
Unlike other furnishings that are mounted to a wall or grounded on the floor, suspended lighting can be used creatively to add interest to interior air space. In the case of Alumega suspension lighting by anthologie QUARTETT, the fixture can be used like jewelry, putting the finishing touches on an already dressed room.
It’s not often you find a “barely-there” floor lamp, but that’s exactly what clients get with the new SKAN collection from Vibia. In fact, the entire collection focuses on obtaining optimal light value from minimal form.
There’s absolutely no reason your lighting should be dull and boring. When it comes to selecting the most modern lighting for your home, the only choice you should consider are the Flos IC lights by Michael Anastassiade.
While Tobias Grau may be a lighting designer at heart, his vision – along with his partner’s – stretches beyond individual pieces and into the realm of holistic interior design. In their minds, the design “merges technical and aesthetic aspects with economic and social considerations to create a single, interconnected whole.”
The Casa Design Showroom has added new lighting from Shakúff. The artists at Shakúff are interested in creating contemporary lighting fixtures that are also imaginative. Their goal is to push the boundaries of light, color and texture. In addition to their own designs, the Shakúff enjoys working with clients to bring their ideas to fruition.