Design Centre Stories

Go Glam

Opulent but contemporary, David Hunt Lighting’s ‘Liberty’ pendant (pictured) was inspired by the glamorous nightclub scene of the 1970s, when disco and decadence reigned. It features a cluster of six opal-glass shades around a central brass globe, encased in a solid brass frame.

To complement it, the company has also expanded its Gavroche collection, with an existing pendant now joined by a wall and table light (also pictured). Their asymmetrical design was originally inspired by the work of French design duo Jean-Pierre Garrault and Henri Delord, who also hit a creative high in the 1970s. David Hunt Lighting’s products are all made in its Cotswolds workshop – a long way from Studio 54, but with a level of craftsmanship that’s infinitely superior to a disco ball…

David Hunt Lighting, Third Floor, Centre Dome