Astro Lighting has presented a selection of contemporary lighting designs on Dezeen Showroom, including pendant lights informed by neoclassical architecture and desk lights with integrated USB charging ports.
British brand Astro Lighting has launched five pared-back luminaire collections intended for a wide range of interiors, including residential and hospitality settings.
Among the five collections is Avignon, an art deco-style glass wall light that comes in rounded or square options and is intended for both domestic and hospitality interiors such as hotels, restaurants and libraries.
The light is embellished with a fluted front panel made from individual clear glass rods that encase and refract the light within. Its body is composed of zinc and is available in either a dark bronze or antique brass finish.
Hashira is a family of sleek metallic lights comprising pendants, sconces and surface-mounted downlights designed to illuminate small spaces within the home, such as hallways and corridors.
Informed by neoclassical architecture, the range is characterised by its dodecagon shape and slim profile. The lights have 12 extruded facets that catch and reflect the light, creating a captivating effect.
The Hashira range is available in a number of colour finishes including matt black, matt nickel and matt gold.
Miura is a compact lighting range encompassing desk lamps, reading lights and swing-arm sconces. The lights are distinguished by their tapered shades, circular bases and slender, tubular necks that are bent at a right angle to create a striking silhouette.
The desk lamp is equipped with an integrated USB port suitable for charging personal devices such as smartphones, while the wall light and swing-arm sconce feature subtle switches on the base.
Similar to the Hashira range, the lights are available in matt black, matt nickel and matt gold finishes.
Astro Lighting aimed to provide a modern update for classic gooseneck task lights when creating Lucca, a slim reading light with a diameter of just 25 millimetres.
The light, which is best suited for bedsides, study rooms, libraries or reading corners, comes in an array of minimalist, contemporary finishes.
It features a low-glare LED with either surface or recessed options, as well as a flexible matt black bezel and silicone arm that can be easily wiped clean.
Cambria Pendant is a minimalist drum-pendant light that has a soft, neutral design, which lends itself to a wide range of domestic interiors that require functional but understated overhead lighting. The pendant light is part of the wider Cambria collection, which also includes wall and ceiling lights.
The pendant light features a polycotton fabric shade that comes in a choice of white or putty colourways, as well as textured or pleated shade options.
Three E27 lamps are used to ensure efficient day-to-day performance. These are affixed to a black braided fabric cable that connects to a discreet metal ceiling rose.
The light has been designed for straightforward installation: it features a push-fit terminal block that enables loop-in and -out wiring and a tool-free connection. The base fixture conceals all screws, which creates a seamless finish.
Astro Lighting is a British interior lighting specialist established by John Fearon and James Bassant in 1997.
Its products are designed in Britain and range from ceiling, wall and pendant lights to floor lights, spotlights and table lights, as well as reading lights and other accessories.
Many of its products adopt circular economic principles in that they are created using sustainable materials and manufacturing processes, have repairable or replaceable components and can be recycled or responsibly disposed of at the end of their lifespan.
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