Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

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Star lantern by Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

Star lantern

Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

Lanterns were one of Lutyens's preferred method of lighting. They enabled him to exercise his fascination with the geometric and to play with these shapes in 3 dimensions. The use of horsehair is part of a relationship with John Boyd Textiles that stretches back to Lutyens himself who used John Boyd horsehair to upholster the famous Napoleon Chair.
S Lantern Pendent by Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

S Lantern Pendent

Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

The 'S' Lantern chandeliers are typical of Lutyens's love of geometry with the octagonal central cage supported by a circular base and top. Each 'S' motif is separately cast and assembled by hand to create this unique fitting. The lantern is available in timber and can be ordered in a variety of metal finishes.
Britannic House Pendant by Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

Britannic House Pendant

Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

The Britannic House pendant appears strikingly contemporary despite being designed in 1920 for BP's head office Brittanic House in London. The sandblasted glass halo reflects light from the inner glass bowl.
Lozenge Lantern by Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

Lozenge Lantern

Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

The Lozenge lantern is a fitting of our own design yet utilizing the lozenge shape that Lutyens often used in his detailing. The fitting has been especially developed to incorporate the use of fabric, specifically the very exciting and beautiful range of fabrics designed and produced by Fortuny of Venice and New York.
mercury ball armed chandelier by Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

mercury ball armed chandelier

Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

In several of his country houses, Lutyens used a more traditional version of the mercury ball, cradling it in an armed chandelier. We have found examples of this fitting with both 6 and 8 arms and, though usually found in metal – often silver plate – we have also seen it in painted timber. We are happy to explore all permutations and finishes.
Delhi Mercury Ball  by Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

Delhi Mercury Ball

Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

The Delhi Mercury Ball was designed for the library in Viceroy’s House, New Delhi in 1919. It was significantly ahead of its time, using “shaving” light bulbs whose reflections wrap around the ball, which in turn concavely reflects all aspects of its hanging space creating a unique visual feature.
drogo table by Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

drogo table

Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

The Drogo table is very much an archetypal example of Sir Edwin Lutyens's furniture designs. The column legs with bun feet beneath the stretcher rails, hexagonal details attention both to detail and proportion.
circlebase table by Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

circlebase table

Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

Drawing on ideas both from the Marshcourt Table and from the Circleback Chair, we have developed the Lutyens idiom to create this series of tables. The circular version has a singular pedestal base in which six legs support a hexagonal structure, each panel containing the circle motive. The Walnut veneer is positioned in a radial 'sunburst' pattern that is continued through to the radial extension leaves. Three versions of the table are available in alternative timbers and the size of the tops can be made to the client's specifications.
Lytton chair by Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

Lytton chair

Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

Lutyens’s designs for upholstered furniture usually incorporate a strong shape and a timber frieze or base. The Lytton is offered in single, two and three seat versions with dimensions on request. We also offer Ottomans and Coffee Tables to match.
Halo lights by Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

Halo lights

Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

Lutyens frequently combined a single glass halo, similar to his Cardinal Hat lights, with a striking mercury ball fusing elements to create a simplistic light fitting with great decorative effect. The glass is available in different shades and degrees of colour intensity and trios of glass can be added above or below.
marshcourt table by Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

marshcourt table

Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

The Marshcourt dining table is one of Lutyens most versatile of tables. In its classic form it is made up of 2 semi-circular D-ends that push together to form a circular dining table. The table is extended by means of rectangular, freestanding table inserts that are slotted in between the D-ends. The inserts can be used as side tables when a smaller table is required or fitted together to form independent rectangular dining tables. Leaves are another option available to extend the table.
cardinal hat sconce  by Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

cardinal hat sconce

Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

This beautifully detailed sconce fitting combined with a lozenge backplate in antique silver was developed from the original Lutyens Cardinal Hat Light. The shape of the lozenge was taken from a timber detail in the chapel of Campion Hall. It is also available with a very simple round disc back plate in bronze.
cardinal hat light 5 drops  by Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

cardinal hat light 5 drops

Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

The Cardinal Hat light is a Lutyens classic and has, over the years, been one of our most successful designs. A truly unique lighting solution, each Cardinal's Hat pendant fitting is made-to-order, tailored to the client's exact specifications making it suitable for all rooms of all heights and sizes. We offer the discs in either sand blasted or hand blown glass. The cage can be finished in polished brass, antique silver or bronze. The tassels and electrical cable are available in a variety of colours.
billiard light by Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

billiard light

Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

First designed in 1901, the Billiard Light was originally made from timber which sadly could not survive the structural forces in play. We now produce hand carved hardwood patterns for bronze sand castings which are hand fettled. An antique silver finish is also available. We now make two versions of the light. The larger is sized for a full-scale billiard table, the smaller has been adapted for a table closer to an American pool table. Shades in parchment or customer's own fabric are included in the fitting but we also offer shades in glass and stove enamel as optional extras.
Caveback chair by Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

Caveback chair

Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

Lutyens designed a variety of desk chairs and to a large extent they mirror his own development in terms of drawing influence from a variety of periods of English chair making. Also known as the Pall Mall Desk Chair and known to be much loved by Lutyens, It is the culmination of his experimentation with chair design. It is beautifully drafted with meticulous care to detail.
Concentric Hoop chandelier by Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

Concentric Hoop chandelier

Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

This completely unique chandelier was originally designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens for one of his most important country houses. It is available in a variety of finishes and colours and with between 8 and 16 drops.
Circleback Chair by Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

Circleback Chair

Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

This chair was designed in 1930 for two of the smaller bedrooms in the north west wing of Government House in New Delhi. Authoritative sources indicate that the original pieces do still survive and that they are now in the President of India's private apartment.
1929 sofa and chair by Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

1929 sofa and chair

Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

1929 Sofa and Chairs Lutyens designed this sofa with its matching pair of chairs in 1929 for the Viceroy's House in New Delhi. They were destined for one of the bedrooms in the private suites in the main wing of the building. There is, however, some question as to whether the pieces survive today, or indeed if they were ever made. The base and frieze may be crafted from a selection of timbers and typify the architect's love of geometric devices. A significant feature is the use of the 'Delhi Bell' as a point of support for each seat. The bell motif was an important element in Lutyens's designs for New Delhi and was used in many different contexts, most particularly as an integral part of what is now known as the Delhi Order. The width & depth of both chair & sofa can be made to required specifications; the only determining factors being a whole number of circles on the base. Both are available with caned sides. The slideshow includes a drawing of a table that could be made to match the 1929 set.
1929 Sofa & Chair by Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

1929 Sofa & Chair

Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

1929 Sofa and Chairs Lutyens designed this sofa with its matching pair of chairs in 1929 for the Viceroy's House in New Delhi. They were destined for one of the bedrooms in the private suites in the main wing of the building. There is, however, some question as to whether the pieces survive today, or indeed if they were ever made. The base and frieze may be crafted from a selection of timbers and typify the architect's love of geometric devices. A significant feature is the use of the 'Delhi Bell' as a point of support for each seat. The bell motif was an important element in Lutyens's designs for New Delhi and was used in many different contexts, most particularly as an integral part of what is now known as the Delhi Order. The width & depth of both chair & sofa can be made to required specifications; the only determining factors being a whole number of circles on the base. Both are available with caned sides.
Edwin Napoleon Chair by Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

Edwin Napoleon Chair

Lutyens Furniture & Lighting

EL's own chair covered in traditional black horsehair

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