Countdown To the New Year with Disco Ball-Inspired Pendant Lights

We're shining a light on nine geometric ceiling lamps that pay homage to our favorite NYE tradition - watching that glittering ball drop in Times Square.

By Dalilah Arja
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Maxhedron

This piece illuminates and reflects a brilliant constellation pattern in its surroundings. Creator Bec Brittan offers this gleaming work of art in customizable sizes perfect for any space, large or small. Price upon request.

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Rock Garden

LED bulbs ignite in the middle of these triangular framed lights by Kazuhiro Yamanaka. Contact Pallulcco for pricing.

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Foxed Mirror Faceted Pendant

Each facet of this lamp is actually a mirror, its edges sealed in an antique finish. Hang it over a home bar or dining room table to illuminate your guests in the perfect light. $179, West Elm.

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Small Copper Cinque

Jamie Iacoli & Brian McAllister are makers of everything from jewelry to furniture to little tchotchkes for the home, but our favorite from their long list of projects is thoughtfully designed lighting. The cinque pendant comes in copper and black in addition to brass. We think this would look chic in an open loft or a sleek industrial office space. $795, Lacoli & McAllister. 

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Icosa Pendant

Bleak fluorescent bulbs are disguised by soft felt, allowing a gentle, warm light to illuminate from this pendant lamp. $160 at Light Topia. Photo via Inhabitat.

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Crystallized Luminescence

The shear versatility of Jason Koharik’s work is admirable, but this piece is a stand-out in its own right. The luminous pendant can effortlessly find its place in both a modern and avant-garde setting. This is a limited edition pieces, and we hope to see it available soon! 

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Viki Panzeri Pendant

Designed and manufactured by Panzeri in Italy, the Viki Pendant measures in at a whopping 29.5 inches wide and is made up of a fire retardant-diffusing material. We picture it perfectly above a glass or pine table top. $1,995, Luxury Euro Lighting

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Diamond

German designer Sebastian Scherer’s Diamond Lamps come in black, white, gold, and chrome. Boasting twelve facets, these beauties radiate reflections on anything in their path - and we can totally picture it in a sleek bar or restaurant. Price available upon request.

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Polyglobe

Loving the half-dome piece by RawDezign, complete with industrial wires. The luster finish and facets catch the natural light so softly. $160, RawDezign.

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