I am starting to receive pre-publicity for London Design Festival, including details of a new British lighting brand promising customisable, made-to-order fittings with architectural flair.
Empty State has been launched by the creative duo behind award winning Cameron Design House, the British bespoke lighting brand sold across the globe.
As the new brand supplies made to order rather than bespoke lighting it is aimed at a wider market, while still offering customisable options. Founder and creative director of both Cameron Design House and Empty State, Ian Cameron says, “We’ve been working on Empty State for a while with our team of architects, engineers and designers, and are very excited to be launching our new brand this summer. A sister-company to Cameron Design House, Empty State embodies our architectural vision, delivering abstract shaped lighting which can be configured to suit any project around the globe.”
The collection is made up of six products including: Pill, a capsule pendant made from hand-blown glass; and Branch, a frosted cylindrical tiered brass structure (shown above).
The structures follow the themes of modularity, whilst drawing inspiration from contemporary architectural styles, and will be suitable for residential, commercial and hospitality spaces.