Reflecting light: Resident expands Mesh Space collection

Resident expands Mesh Space collection
Resident collaborated with Flynn Talbot to expand Mesh Space collection with new lights.

New Zealand lighting brand Resident collaborated with designer Flynn Talbot to expand its Mesh Space collection with the addition of wall and ceiling lights.

The Mesh Space wall light has a flattened aluminum mesh dome lit by a halo of light. The Mesh Space wall light has a ring of light, with a flattened mesh dome that reflects the light onto the wall, while also projecting light out into the space. The light uses a dimmable LED light, with the driver built into the base for installation in different interiors. Matching the wall light is the Mesh Space ceiling light. Both of the perforated ceiling and wall lights are available in anodized brass finish with the LED dimmable feature.

Resident was established in 2011 by Simon James and Scott Bridgens.

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Resident expands Mesh Space collection

Resident expands Mesh Space collection

Resident expands Mesh Space collection

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