The new Allied Maker Lighting series is comprised of materials such as bent metal, carved wood, and embossed glass. The Long Island-based design and manufacturing label is a product of married duo Lanette and Ryden Rizzo. The two experiment with the concepts of circular and triangular shapes when crafting the four-piece lighting series. The four designs are the Tri Cone, the Grand Aperture 4, the Contour Wall Lamp 22, and the Concentric 15 -- all of which made their debuts last week at New York's Architectural Digest Design Show.
The Tri Cone is a pendant lamp that is encased within a cone-shaped shade with circular glass discs at the base of the piece. The Contour Wall Lamp 22 is constructed from bent metal with a glass globe at the bottom. The Grand Aperture 4 is a chandelier that is comprised of circular discs. Finally, the Concentric 15 is crafted in a wooden circle shade with ridges that create shadows and can be mounted onto a wall or the ceiling.