We’re shining the spotlight on Ligne Roset’s lighting collection with six of its best floor lamps, table lamps and suspended lamps. These lights are some of our most popular and Ligne Roset’s most versatile and are often a first choice for designers, architects and customers.
Ligne Roset’s Bul floor lamp is one of our most popular lamps across the board. It has an angular metal stem that is adjustable to two positions. This versatility allows for different heights and angles of the shade and is suited to task lighting and ambient lighting. Available in black and white, the Bul lamp finds itself at home in classic, traditional, modern and contemporary interiors.
The Brass Bell, designed by Patrick Zulauf, is exactly what its name suggests: a bell-shaped lamp with a golden brass finish. The shade is made with borosilicate glass and is golden brass in appearance when unlit. However, when illuminated, it becomes transparent and the bulb becomes visible in a surprising hologram effect.
The Brass Bell reading light is available as a suspended pendant or floor lamp with lacquered black stem.
Solveig means “path of the sun” in Swedish and you can certainly see the reference in Avril de Pastre’s Solveig lamp for Ligne Roset. The floor lamp has a large and circular shade – like a shallow bowl – that’s angled overhead. It is made with reflector sheet steel in gloss white lacquer, and connected to the base by a magnet that enables the angle of the reflector to be modified.
The Calcite lamp, designed by Romain Voulet, draws on the tension between the eternal nature of stone and the obsolescence of technology. Available as a suspended lamp and floor lamp, Calcite has a solid and weighty form and appearance, with polished white Carrara marble shade sandwiched between black lacquered steel components.
Lara Grand’s Headlight is a tall and slender floor lamp that looks good from all angles. Minimal, modern and understated, the lamp has a directional circular diffuser shade that can be rotated and flipped 360 degrees.
The Car Light is a table lamp designed by Nathalie Dewez and it evolved from a glassmaking workshop in which Nathalie took vehicle headlights as a source of inspiration for her experimental work. Made by mouth-blowing glass in a mesh-lined cardboard tube, the Car Light has a dome shape with surface relief and it projects a light halo on the surface where it sits. Each table lamp has a unique form with a varying diameter between 14 and 16 centimetres.