Lindsey Adelman's 'Afterglow' Pieces are Romantic and Rebellious

 - Jul 3, 2017
References: lindseyadelman & design-milk
Industrial designer Lindsey Adelman hosted designers Mary Wallis and Karl Zahn at her 'Lindsey Adelman Studios' space to unveil their most recent work.

The show, called 'Afterglow', was held during NYCxDesign Week, and featured a collection inspired by the celestial glow that occurs in the sky during twilight -- after the sun has gone down. The fixtures presented at Afterglow represent this natural phenomenon in a modern and romantic way.

Mary Wallis is a senior designer at Adelman's studio, who designed both the 'Edie' and 'Empire' chandeliers. Edie is a wild and daring piece made with brushed brass and grey glass, and is modeled to resemble an exploring star. Empire is a strong piece, with white glass and brushed brass pieced into a dominating, yet romantic lantern-shaped chandelier. Additionally, Karl Zahn’s Kingdom fixture was also on display, consisting of a black asymmetrical arch, with leaf-like bulbs that create a fantastic balance between order and chaos.