1 Clessidra PL is the latest addition to Studio Italia Design's Clessidra collection of pendants and wall sconces. Juicy colors include red, green, blue, yellow, orange, and amethyst.
2 New from Van Teal, the Free Wheeling collection includes table and floor lamps, and single, double and triple pendants.
3 Simple, but still highly customizable, the Cameo keypads from Crestron can be programmed for up to 18 functions-that's a lot of mood lighting. A wide variety of colors are available to match any dining decor.
4 Indonesian lighting company Dua, available through Unilight, specializes in sleek designs using unique natural materials. The 15-inch-high Resort wall sconce, shown here in champagne mother of pearl, is also available in diamond mother of pearl.
5 The wispy elegance of the 99.18 chandelier, ceiling mount, and sconce (shown) recalls the rich Venetian history of Italian lighting company Venini, available in the United States through Leucos.
6 The Zara pendant in orange swirl glass from Bruck is almost edible; the kiwi and blue color options are equally appetizing. The fixture is available with a low-profile canopy (with an integral transformer) or as a track component.
7 Bacchus Glass hand blows its products in Sonoma, California; these represent its first collection of lighting fixtures. Clockwise from top, they are: the Botanical pendant, Tuscan sconce, Black and White Ball pendant, and Roman sconce.
8 Small and unassuming, the Miro line of wiring devices and lighting control products from Watt Stopper work on 900MHz wireless communication technology, using standard wallboxes and existing electrical wiring. In addition to white and gray, the wall plates also come in solid bronze with patina finishes.
9 Artwork in their own right, the organic designs from Netherlands-based Brand en van Egmond include the Hollywood collection. Created using nickel-finished metal, fixtures take twig-like sculptural forms inspired by Africa.