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Sandy Chapman

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Since 1996, lighting industry legend Mr. Sandy Chapman has been associated with Visual Comfort as Chief Designer. Under his creative direction, we established our first signature line of products, Chart House; and Sandy continues to design premium lighting for us today.  His classically influenced style defines our core of traditional silhouettes. His evolution of useful modern proportions and custom-quality production sets the standard for all of our designer lines.

Thomas O’Brien

 Designer and merchant Thomas O’Brien is a master at bridging traditional and modern styles – in his acclaimed interiors, his New York store, Aero, and his wide program of home furnishings. His extensive lighting collection interprets the full spectrum of vintage modern design in both authentic and unexpected ways. Early modernist and chic European classics coexist with reimagined industrial profiles and an ever-expanding set of luxe materials, adaptable to the city or country.

Barbara Barry

 The Barbara Barry style is pared down and refined; hers is a look that speaks to elegance of form and simplicity of line. The lighting from this admired designer reflects her philosophy that nothing stands alone, but lives in harmony with its surroundings. A repertory of iconic profiles, in polished and matte materials, seamlessly integrates with many types of interiors, from gracious domain to spare retreat.

Alexa Hampton

Designer Alexa Hampton is celebrated for her updated neoclassical approach; yet, with generous silhouettes and ravishing detail, her work never appears conservative. She brings her clean formalist stance to high-style lighting, featuring architectural scale and bold patternwork. The effect is impeccable and ageless, for both eclectic and established decors. Lavish finishes add a jewelry-like glamour.

Suzanne Kasler

Suzanne Kasler offers a fresh mix of continental and classic style in her interiors, emphasizing the antiques and collections that create a special setting. Her own collection of French antique and vintage modern elements inspires her new lighting designs. Subtle details and strong, structured silhouettes are available in timeless materials and custom patina finishes. The look is easy sophistication, with an air of history.

Eric Cohler

Interior designer Eric Cohler has been dubbed “the Mixmaster” for his flair in fusing classical and contemporary forms. Distinguished yet relaxed, his designs display layers of unusual texture, color, and verve. Inventively traditional lighting carries this perspective forward into both landmark and individualist settings. Tailored profiles mix with witty details for a new twist on formality. Michael S Smith Reigning classicist Michael S. Smith is the creator of many famed interiors as well as a growing brand of home furnishings, including his own Jasper line. His work cultivates a mood of comfortable luxury, with elements of Old World influence in up-to-the-moment settings. His lighting focuses on vintage estate and moderne styles, using historical scale and traditional paired symmetry. Designs are suitable for restorations as well as new construction.

Clodagh

For over 25 years, Irish-born, internationally acclaimed designer Clodagh has embodied in her work a trademark mix of spirituality, the exotic and global, and the inspirational aspects of good design. From interiors to products including lighting, she envisions sensitive, understated environ- ments, crafted with an emphasis on sustainable materials and processes. Sculptural forms carved back to their essence define beautifully simple contemporary style.

David Easton

Design great David Easton made his mark as a neo-classicist, with English-style interiors that became emblems of an age. In recent years he has shifted to a more streamlined aesthetic, geared to a simplified life with less complicated surroundings. His very civilized lighting designs straddle both sides of this transition, inspired by his travels and his personal passion for history, as well as the pure practicalities of modern living. 

J. Randall Powers

 From classic traditional to sleek and clean-lined, J. Randall Powers follows the internal rhythm of each project to its own perfect conclusion. His interior decoration work has led to furniture and lighting with the same gathering of diverse influences into multilayered effects. Cultured and eccentric pieces draw from the irreverence of many different periods, but remain in sync through beautiful proportion and uncluttered geometry.

Eric Cohler

Interior designer Eric Cohler has been dubbed “the Mixmaster” for his flair in fusing classical and contemporary forms. Distinguished yet relaxed, his designs display layers of unusual texture, color, and verve. Inventively traditional lighting carries this perspective forward into both landmark and individualist settings. Tailored profiles mix with witty details for a new twist on formality.

Michael S Smith

Reigning classicist Michael S. Smith is the creator of many famed interiors as well as a growing brand of home furnishings, including his own Jasper line. His work cultivates a mood of comfortable luxury, with elements of Old World influence in up-to-the-moment settings. His lighting focuses on vintage estate and moderne styles, using historical scale and traditional paired symmetry. Designs are suitable for restorations as well as new construction.

Clodagh

 For over 25 years, Irish-born, internationally acclaimed designer Clodagh has embodied in her work a trademark mix of spirituality, the exotic and global, and the inspirational aspects of good design. From interiors to products including lighting, she envisions sensitive, understated environ- ments, crafted with an emphasis on sustainable materials and processes. Sculptural forms carved back to their essence define beautifully simple contemporary style.

David Easton

 Design great David Easton made his mark as a neo-classicist, with English-style interiors that became emblems of an age. In recent years he has shifted to a more streamlined aesthetic, geared to a simplified life with less complicated surroundings. His very civilized lighting designs straddle both sides of this transition, inspired by his travels and his personal passion for history, as well as the pure practicalities of modern living. 

J. Randall Powers

From classic traditional to sleek and clean-lined, J. Randall Powers follows the internal rhythm of each project to its own perfect conclusion. His interior decoration work has led to furniture and lighting with the same gathering of diverse influences into multilayered effects. Cultured and eccentric pieces draw from the irreverence of many different periods, but remain in sync through beautiful proportion and uncluttered geometry.

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