Multi-Directional Suspension Lights
They can be sleekly minimalist, such as Nitō T from Parachilna or the Coordinates collection from Flos, or opulently intricate, like Harlow Large Chandelier from Gabriel Scott. Between the two, you can find contemporary multi-directional designs such as the Nova and Mobile Light families, from Roll & Hill and Stuff by Andrew Neyer, respectively.
CTO Lighting offers your classically dignified luxury with Array Opal and Array Cotton suspension lights, while Stickbulb's Sky Bang collection and Boom suspension light blend innovative technology and natural materials to create a unique energetic effect. If your taste runs toward the fun and funky, you'll love the techno-industrial beauty of Dear Ingo from Moooi, G&R Spirale from Italamp, and Wonderglass' Lab Edition. And for a truly unique statement light that is as uni- or multi-directional as you want it to be, try Catellani & Smith's Turciù, which allows you to customize, separate, and combine its multiple flexible arms to suit your taste and space.