Lindsey Adelman

Lindsey Adelman has long been obsessed with illumination in all its forms.  Ever since the debut of the Branching Bubbles chandelier, the first product made in her newly opened studio in 2006, her goal has been to transform the ephemeral nature of light into something not merely tangible but enduring.

Combining organic, handwrought materials like blown glass with the strong industrial beauty of machine-milled components, her lighting systems create radiant warmth while underscoring the drama of shadows and emptiness.

She began her career at the Smithsonian museums before applying to the Rhode Island School of Design. Her work has been shown at the Cooper Hewitt Museum, Design Miami and Milan’s Nilufar Gallery. A native New Yorker, Lindsey lives in Brooklyn with her husband, Ian, an art director, and their son, Finn.

Ever since the debut of the Branching Bubbles chandelier, the first product made in her newly opened studio in 2006, her goal has been to transform the ephemeral nature of light into something not merely tangible but enduring.

Combining organic, handwrought materials like blown glass with the strong industrial beauty of machine-milled components, her lighting systems create radiant warmth while underscoring the drama of shadows and emptiness.

She began her career at the Smithsonian museums before applying to the Rhode Island School of Design. Her work has been shown at the Cooper Hewitt Museum, Design Miami and Milan’s Nilufar Gallery. A native New Yorker, Lindsey lives in Brooklyn with her husband, Ian, an art director, and their son, Finn.

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