Lindsey Adelman Studio Trees of light

Mixing craftsmanship and industrial techniques, Adelman creates blown-glass works with esthetics reminiscent of Man's intervention over nature. 

Lindsey Adelman discovered industrial design while working as an editorial assistant for the Smithsonian. She moved on to graduate in that very field in 1996, and since then has been exploring all the sculptural possibilities that light has to offer. She worked for Resolute Lighting in Seattle before settling in New York where she started, with David Weeks in 2000, a lighting company called Butter. In 2006, she opened her own studio, which harbored her very first creation, The Branching Bubble ceiling light, of organic and geometrical esthetics.

The Branching Bubble enlightens Leclaireur Hérold and Los Angeles.