Have a unique space you need to illuminate? Contemporary lighting fixtures are springing up in triangular forms. Made to fit flush into corners, or create striking geometric patterns, there has been an influx of triangular lighting fixtures from top lighting designers.
Punctum. The Punctum fixture by Slamp can be wall or floor mounted, and is designed to fit the corner of a room. It adds a change in dimension and perspective, heightened by it’s highly polished steel mirror.
Stella. Brooklyn-based designer Rosie Lee used the abstract work of artist Frank Stella to create The Stella Triangle for Roll & Hill. The Stella Triangle is a wall sconce and contains a series of illuminated triangles that are revealed via its half mirrored glass diffuser.
The Corner Light. Similar to Punctum, The Corner Light fits flush where the wall meets the ceiling, forming an equilateral triangle of light. The aluminum frame is mounted to the wall using a simple steel bracket. A triangular fabric diffuser magnetically attaches to the frame, providing a soft glow.
KOGI. KOGI lamps are made from a series of triangles and is available in multiple color options.