1. MMcKenna
Simply placed over a wine glass, this cordless rechargeable lamp is engineered for optimum light output by a lens and reflector. The lamp shines for more than seven hours and uses light-emitting diode (LED) technology. Proprietary circuitry monitors the battery's charge state, maintains constant brightness, and checks for short circuits.

2. Zumtobe
l Sconfine Sfera
Created in collaboration with designer Matteo Thun, the Sconfine Sfera pendant features a partly transparent luminaire covering with chrome coating. In addition to directly emitted light, light within the fixture is reflected, making it seem to float. The luminaire is available with various light sources, including LED technology.

3. Luceplan
Working with French designer Inga Sempé, Luceplan introduces the Plissé suspension lamp, which uses a double pantograph system, allowing users to increase and decrease its extension. A pleated lampshade made up of technical aluminum material and polyester covers the steel structure of the lamp. The width of the shade ranges from 24 inches to 63 inches while still distributing light evenly.

4. Targetti Poulsen
Campbell features shades made from mouth-blown clear glass with sand-blasted, frosted stripes. The direction of light changes as it is refracted through the shade, and the frosted stripes give the luminaire depth while alleviating glare from the provided source, which is either a 40W reflector R50 E14 lamp or a 75W reflector R80 E27 lamp.

5. Bocci
The 21 series, inspired by how barnacles appear on a rock surface, features thin-wall raw white porcelain wrapped around trumpet-shaped frosted blown Borosilicate glass. Designed to be clustered in groups, each luminaire is unique because of its fabrication process.

6. Lindsey Adelman Studio
Bubble Series
Each chandelier is made to order with locally crafted custom metal fillings and hand-blown glass globes. The glass is available in clear, gold foil, or with a technique called murrine. The modular system allows many configurations to be built using the same core parts, and because they use mechanical connections instead of welding, the chandeliers can be disassembled for reuse if the client's needs change.