Studio Seven: outdoor lighting

By Kate Burnett
January 11, 2018

Mooon!, Fermob's new wireless table lamp

The new wireless table lamp from Fermob, entitled Mooon!, is inspired by 19th century street lights. Composed of an aluminum structure and a polyethylene diffuser, it is available in several Fermob colourways. Mooon! is also rechargeable (7h) and delivered with a 2m USB cable. https://www.fermob.com

Jamb, the Pimlico-based experts in reproduction antique lighting, have created Baillie with a large nod to the Arts and Crafts movement.  The cupola top is crowned by a foliate decorated hook above a multisided glazed body. Shown here in an Antique Verdigris finish. http://www.jamb.co.uk/

The iconic Anglepoise spring mechanism design has been modified for outdoor use – in the form of with the Original 1227™ Giant Outdoor Collection floor lamp and articulated wall-mounted lamp. Weather-proofed with marine-grade stainless steel fittings, they also feature a sealed light unit and silicone rubber cable. https://www.anglepoise.com/

Asteroid, by Brit bran Innermost, is a geometrical form in which no two of its twenty-four individual faces are identical and no two edge lengths equal. It comes in either clear glass or white plastic, with the plastic version suitable for outdoor use. http://www.innermost.net/

Calypso, the new pendant light from Italy’s Contardi, is available in the UK from GoModern. Made from brightly coloured waterproof fabrics, each light can be selected in four colour variations. Finished in satin brass, the light comes with an IP65 rating which makes it suitable for any outdoor space. http://www.gomodern.co.uk/

Hand crafted from solid copper, French designer Atelier Schroeter’s Prism lamp was created with holding plants in mind. It features a water tight base to facilitate watering and a low temperature LED bulb that will ensure plants can thrive. Prism is also suitable for outdoor use. http://www.atelier-schroeter.com/

A more classic but still modern and minimal model is Borg, designed by Kings Road stalwart Christopher Wray. The paned frame is available in four sizes and two finish options: weathered zinc or aged iron. It requires a E27 lamp with a maximum wattage of 60w. https://www.christopherwray.com