CP Lighting is a company that has developed a reputation for aesthetic innovation and wise materials use, and the good news is that they are planning to debut a pair of lovely re-purposed lamps, they are called Incalmo and Liquor Lamps.
Incalmo is a term defined by the Corning Museum of Glass as “the technique of constructing an object, usually a vessel, by fusing two or more blown glass elements”. Here it is a beautiful mouth-blown piece from re-purposed wine bottles. Incalmo is certainly singular in its identity, yet its form and color evoke echoes of its material’s past. The incomparable Incalmo is available in green, clear, brown, or blue as a pendant or sconce.
For the Liquor Lamp, Poehlmann utilized local liquor bottles. Originally mold blown with a variety of seams that predispose the re-blown bottles to form in somewhat random yet also predictable globes. The Liquor Lamp’s silvered interior deeds it an intriguing dual identity: an impenetrable reflectivity transforms into a trance-like translucence, all at the flick of a switch. Liquor is a pendant lamp with silvered interior.