Multi-directional design: Cooper by Hudson Valley Lighting

The fixture presents the illusion that its arms pierce through the ball at its base while its shades hover aloft.

Hudson Valley Lighting has launched Cooper, which applies soft-triangle shades of blown glass to LED-fitted stems with mid-century verve.

The fixture presents the illusion that its arms pierce through the ball at its base while its shades hover aloft. Even though it has mid-century influences, users can also see Japanese influence and European sensibility and styling.

Featuring a multi-directional design, Cooper is available as a 24,12, or 2- LED fixture (pendant or wall sconce). The 24 bulb measures 31.25" (D) x 36.25" (H). The 12 bulb measures 31.25" (D) x 26.25" (H). Meanwhile, the sconces measure 5" (W) x 22.5" (H) x 7" (E).

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