DLG Lighting Co. has recently released an Architectural Collection, a carefully curated series of fixtures that are the result of collaborations with some of their favorite designers and architects. Each piece is individually bench-made with every step done by hand, from the welding of joints to the application of the finish, all to ensure an extended lifespan, optimal wear and exceptional durability.
Anthony Grumbine of Harrison Designs is the namesake for the St. Anthony, a sculptural lantern with a hexagonal cage,
gracefully arched arm and star detailing.
Working with Tanya Holroyd, a local leaded glass artist and owner of Santa Barbara-based Holroyd Studios, the Architectural Edition of their classic Biltmore Holroyd lantern was created, using leaded German New Antique Glass and clear Rondels.
When a project in the Pacific Palisades called for a unique pendant, LA-based designer Kirsten Maltas came to DLG Lighting to collaborate on a fitting fixture. The resulting Kirsten Pendant features a tapered shape, with a glass roof and embellished top.
The Platinum Editions of the classic Orena and De La Guerra Pendants, designed by Britt Jewett of Studio 7, are finished in Brushed Nickel and come with Antique glass.
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DLG Lighting Co. has geared its full-service website to the design professional, providing downloadable Spec Sheets, CAD Drawings and a client portal to easily organize various projects. Their client relationships are important to them and while not typically a custom company, they are always open to requests and collaborations by designers looking to create a unique lantern.
133 East De La Guerra, Suite 174, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
805.770.7400 / email@example.com
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