In this entryway, the vertigo pendant lamp seems to welcome guests.
Every so often comes the case when a designer creates a classic. Vertigo Pendant by Constance Guisset is one of those and it appears to have been around for a longer time. It's the kind of sculptural lighting that recalls a timeless style although it is a new design. Its lines are visually strong, feel subtle and organic and I can only imagine how beautiful reflections it creates on the walls and ceiling when lit up night time. The pendant supposedly moves when the breeze touches it conveying a sense of freedom and rhythm. This is the kind of lighting fixture that can seamlessly be incorporated in any kind of style, however I've noticed the it looks more cohesive when paired with furniture of neutral colors and pale walls. Better yet if the walls have some molding on them.
The Vertigo Pendant which is very light weigh, comes in two different sizes and in different finishing, has slowly become an Interior Designer favorite. I like it more when it's fixed to the ceiling rather than hanging giving the pendant the appearance of an upside down hat. A bit poetic, a bit fun, a bit young.
In this room, the lamp adds to the beautiful composition of modern and old.
Colombe Design used it to mingle different textures in this organic looking vignette.
Studio Razavi used Vertigo pendant for the design of a modern kitchen in Paris. The image of this kitchen was one of the first times I came across this beautiful pendant.
A more eclectic use of the light fixture but very beautiful as well.
Another shot of the living room designed by Colombe Design.
The lamp seems to look great in commercial spaces also as its illustrated in this space above.