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The Bright Side: Our Top Lighting Picks 

Take inspiration from Paul Cocksedge’s Cos installation and bring cutting-edge design into your home with the best ceiling lights on the market 

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In pride of place up front at the new flagship Cos store in Coal Drop’s Yard, London is Paul Cocksedge’s striking flexible strip installation, Orbits. Blending innovative metal loops with sourced rock weights, the work beautifully harmonises the synthetic and the natural, and reminds us just how transformative a carefully chosen, sculptural lighting feature can be.

Bring instant identity to your space with Port’s pick of the top ceiling lights on the market.  
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Chain Reaction

Conceived by Michael Anastassiades for uber design-house Flos, this elegant interchangeable pendant installation series was inspired by links of jewellery and speaks subtly of harmony and balance.  

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Move On Up

Alvarez’s Ballet series is created through experimentation with stainless-steel mesh, in which the ends are gathered together, allowing the body to form freely and naturally into asymmetrical shapes, meaning that each example is unique. Simplicity in the materials allows a sense of movement and process to take centre stage.

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Light Fantastic

The molten-effect glass pendants in this series take on an opaque mirror finish when unlit and become translucent when lit, completely changing their visual language and sculptural effect within a room.

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