Design Daily: Geneva Collection by Fuse Lighting


Drinking a bottle of wine can inspire any manner of creative projects—many of them ill-advised by the time the bottle is at its end. But designer Kevin Kolanowski, founder of fuse lighting, is no rookie. While cooking an Italian dinner, the shadows thrown by the bottle of wine he was drinking inspired his next showstopping collection, Geneva

Comprised of a chandelier, pendant and sconce, the collection features unusual pixellated L-brackets that cup bare bulbs, letting constellations of light escape from the polished orbs. I love the romantic effect, which is totally unexpected considering the Space-Age styling of the design. Check out the variations on the theme, below.

The Geneva pendant is a dual-socket beauty (shown in polished brass) with a slimmer profile than the chandelier.

The Geneva sconce is available in polished nickel for now, but the best feature is its versatility; the cord length is adjustable, and the cord bracket can be mounted at any height. How amazing would these look in the bedroom, mounted next to a sleek, low-profile platform bed?

Can’t get enough of the collection? Find fuse lighting at Sloan Miyasoto in SF and at Thomas Lavin in LA. 

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