Shape Up Lighting by Dylan Davis and Jean Lee
by Harry / August 29, 2014


Shape Up Lighting by Ladies & Gentlemen Studio is a celebration of geometric shapes, and materials.



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Details: Shape Up's abstracted lampshade forms, some made of hand-blown glass by glass designer John Hogan, are networked via connecting cords and hubs.


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Versatile, the pendant lighting has four primary shade shapes: metal cone, glass sphere, cylinder, and arc. When combined with L&G's adjustable height option, the lamps can be adjusted in height at any time via the solid brass counterweight and pulley hardware.


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The resulting modular system allows the shapes to be suspended and composed indefinitely in response to a space's architecture and function. "As if connecting the dots, the cord network graphically expresses the light sources' formal and electrical connection to each other." say the designers.


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"These playful collages upend traditional notions of symmetry in favor of a dynamic spatial harmony."


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Designer: Ladies & Gentlemen Studio is a Seattle based design studio with a focus on creating a diverse set of products from small objects, home decor goods, jewelry, to furniture, lighting, and beyond. Founded by Dylan Davis & Jean Lee in 2010, L&G Studio's playful explorations in materiality blend their resourceful curiosity with the desire to find unexpected pairings of material and function.

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