Lee Broom Showcased Observatory Collection At London Design Festival ⇒ The 3rd and final instalment of the Observatory lighting collection, by designer Lee Broom, was revealed during the London Design Festival 2018, at Broom’s showroom in Shoreditch. The exhibition presents the new stellar-inspired lighting collection in the UK for the very first time, giving fair visitors an opportunity to tour the transformed showroom for a sneak peek.
Observatory comprises five collections – Orion, Lens Flair, Eclipse, Tidal, and Aurora – each outfitted with concealed LEDs that emit soft, diffused light from their sculptural silhouettes.
Orion is a modular, tube-like design with contrasting opaque and solid spheres that can be hung in various configurations for a custom, horizontal and vertical constellation of lights. At the London Design Festival, a new black finish will be on display.
Lens Flair is a spherical fixture inspired by telescopic lenses and horizontal and vertical refractions. The top hemispheres are solid domes of brass in a brushed or matte black finish, while the bottom half is a diffuser featuring a cross-cut pattern.
Aurora is a series of chandeliers in various diameters and tiers of tubular LED bulbs that Lee Broom designed and created in-house.
Eclipse comprises mirror polished stainless steel and acrylic discs that bisect one another revealing a new silhouette at every angle. The final Observatory exhibition was held during the London Design Festival 2018 at the Lee Broom Showroom in London.
Source: Design Milk