Lindsey Adelman designs and produces lighting in Manhattan. Inspired by structural forms found in nature, as well as the visual tension that results from mixing hand-blown glass with machine-made metal parts, her signature chandeliers have made her one of the most in-demand lighting designers in America.
Adelman received a degree in industrial design from RISD in 1996, and while she initially gravitated towards lighting for its instant gratification, she soon became fascinated with the medium’s more sculptural and experimental possibilities. She worked for Resolute Lighting in Seattle, moved to New York to found the lighting company Butter with David Weeks in 2000, and eventually created her own studio in 2006. The studio has since grown into a team of 20 who work collaboratively on each aspect of the business.

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