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High/Low: The Black-and-White Globe Light

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Feb 13, 2015 01:04 AM
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by Margot Guralnick last modified Feb 12, 2015

We're big fans of LA workshop Atelier de Troupe's designs—and so, we see, are the creatives at Kate Spade Saturday. Take a look at these globe lights from each. High Above: Atelier de Troupe's Balise Pendant  takes inspiration from "the sixties and the irreverence of Jean Royère." It's handmade in LA of black powder-coated steel with brass details and opal glass balls, $2,750. Above: Atelier de Troupe also offers a  Balise Sconce  for $585.  Low Above: The Globe Table Lamp by Kate Spade Saturday for West Elm is described as "reminiscent of New York City subway entrance lamps"—and we detect other influences. Twenty-one inches tall with a blackened metal base, it's currently on sale for $159, marked down from $199. Above: The Globe Floor Lamp by Kate Spade Saturday for West Elm is $279, reduced from $349.  See more of Atelier de Troupe's lighting designs:  The Torche Sconce The Navire Collection 10 Easy Pieces: Classic Black Metal Sconces 5 Favorites: Potence-Inspired Swing Arm Lights More Stories from Remodelista Tunisian-Influenced Style via Tinja in France 10 Favorites: The Romance of the Pink Sofa Aether Cone: The Music Player That Thinks






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