Axo Light is one of the most dynamic companies in the rich world of Italian design. Axo Light has maintained the blown glass tradition and artisan workmanship of its Venetian origins, combined with avant-garde lighting techniques and innovative materials. The company's product range offers around 5,000 variations in type, size, color and light source.
A-19 is among the few remaining U.S. lighting manufacturers. Its collections of handmade ceramic wall sconces and pendants are designed, molded, fired, sanded, finished, assembled and shipped from its factory in Ontario, California. With the needs of the most discriminating end-user in mind,...
Eclipse Lighting Inc. designs and manufactures specification grade architectural sconces, pendants, decorative and vandal-resistant luminaires applicable for indoor/outdoor use. A wide selection of fixtures in the latest LED technology gives customers choices in performance, economy, sizes and...
Environmental Lighting for Architecture (ELA) manufactures decorative outdoor site and street lighting, poles bollards, etc. Additionally ELA designs and manufactures custom lighting fixtures for the commercial, hospitality and theme park markets.
Ukiyo, Japanese accents Design: Manuel Vivian Optical effects and an interplay of volumes and fabrics for Ukiyo, the new collection of wall and ceiling lights by Axo Light. Minimal lines and unusual volumes for solutions that are particularly suitable for showing contract environments to their... Read more
Clavius, the collection of lamps designed by Manuel Vivian with a chrome frame and a handmade shade with fine silken threads, expresses and exalts the profound relationship between light, matter, shape and colour to create a little lighting magic. An elegant diffuser, supported by a solid... Read more
Nelly, canvasses of light Designed by Manuel Vivian A quest for a third dimension, a tribute to spatialism. Large white canvasses with square and rectangular geometric developments where the tension and purity of the canvass are interrupted by nothing more than a longitudinal line crossing it... Read more