Horsehair sconce by the New York design studio Apparatus.
The NYT described it as “twin hanks of hair suspended like pigtails from a brass arc, each ending in glowing frosted glass.” Gabriel Hendifar, Apparatus’s creative director, described the light as a “muscular thing, nonchalantly hanging from a hook. … I conceived of it more as an art piece that hangs on the wall.”
Pablo’s LED Lana lamp includes a felt shade that is made in part from recycled water bottles and attaches to the stem with magnets. The shade rotates 360 degrees.
Miles & May Furniture Works in Upstate New York tiles squares of reclaimed wood to produce its EGW headboards. | Source for all: NYT