AD Magazine Features One of Our Chandeliers in a Midcentury-Insipred LA Home

We are thrilled to be featured in the latest issue of AD magazine, on an article about a breathtaking midcentury-insipred home in Los Angeles, designed by a talented team: designer Jamie Bush, architect William Hefner, and landscape maestro Raymond Jungles. The design is simply stunning, seamlessly blending indoor and outdoor living spaces to create a unique and unforgettable living experience. One of the standout elements in the home is the one of ours pendant light, a brass chandelier, with ivory sage pivot shades, which adds a touch of elegance and sophistication to the kids’ bedroom.

The lamp is inspired by Stilnovo and Arredoluce, two Italian mid-century modernist design studios characterized by clean lines, geometric shapes, and an emphasis on form and function. Their style is known for its sleek, minimal aesthetic and its use of new materials and innovative manufacturing techniques. Some of its features are inspired by the Triennale lamp by Angelo Lelii.

Lelii was an Italian designer and architect who was active in the mid-20th century, an absolute master of design, known for his innovative and creative approach to lighting. He is best known for his work with the Italian company Arredoluce, where he designed a range of iconic lighting fixtures.

One of his most famous designs is the Triennale floor lamp, which was first exhibited at the Milan Triennale in 1951. This lamp, with its distinctive three metal arms and adjustable lights, has since become a classic of Italian modern design and is highly prized by collectors and design enthusiasts.

The chandelier merges perfectly with the surrounding design. With breathtaking elements such as expansive windows, sliding glass doors, and a central courtyard, this home truly brings nature into the heart of the home. This is a prime example of design at its finest, showcasing the interior designer and the architect’s incredible ability to merge form and function in a way that is both stunning and functional. If you’re a fan of Mid-century modern design and beautiful lighting, this is an article you won’t want to miss!