• Lindsey Adelman | Lighting.

    Posted on 12th November, by Dana Tomić Hughes in product design. 9 Comments

    I was going through my many folders completely bursting with bookmarks, and I came across a link to the New York based Lindsey Adelman and her Bubble Lights. Ummm… Ah-mazing! How the hell did it take me this long to blog about this? Very disappointing.

    Each fixture is made to order with hand-blown glass globes and custom metal fittings, and it is possible to create custom modifications and interpretations. Lead time is 12 weeks and pricing is generally calculated at $1,600 US per globe.

    Check out Lindsey’s studio blog which will give you a good idea about the processes that’s involved in creating these beautiful lights.

    And how about those installation shots below? Holy smokes. That’s some serious interiors porn! Yes it is.

  • 9 Responses to “Lindsey Adelman | Lighting.”

    1. c-los says:


    2. Lightopia says:

      What versatility these fixtures have. Each phot depicted a different style of interior design and the light works well in each one.

    3. Sarah-Jane says:

      I love these! divine

    4. Oh wow I love these!! Stunning! Thanks for sharing:)

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    6. n* says:

      beautiful lights, thank you for posting these up! I have found enormous globes at once and these lights would be perfect with them. Cheers, n*

    7. n* says:

      david met nicole

    8. […] Branching Bubble by Lindsey Adelman. Courtesy of Carwan […]

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