Tag Archives: New York City

Must Love Lamps

With February just around the corner, love is in the air. And for us at Remains….it’s all about lamps! Check out some of our latest and greatest vintage and atelier lamps here.

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A look back at 2019

As we ring in the new year (and a new decade!) we’re also inclined to reflect upon the exciting achievements of 2019. With the launch of two new designer lines, our atelier collection has expanded in some really big ways! … Continue reading

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Paying tribute to Pennsylvania Station

In cooperation with the ICAA and rebuildpennstation.org, we are proud to host a scaled model of the original Penn station in our 28th Street storefront this season. The window features trellis work, clocks and globe lighting – all reproductions of … Continue reading

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New Commune for Remains Lighting

Remains Lighting is pleased to introduce two new families to the Atelier collection with Los Angeles based Commune. The line was inspired by the works of Honsel, Lauritzen, and Weisdorf and the simplified forms found during the Functionalist design movement. Commune … Continue reading

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Introducing Plume | Tony Duquette by Remains Lighting

Introducing a new family to the Tony Duquette by Remains Lighting Atelier collection. The Plume Family calls to mind the Rue de la Faisanderie in the 16th arrondissement of Paris, where a pheasant house once stood on the grounds of the … Continue reading

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Remains Out & About in Midtown Manhattan

On a balmy winter day, we left our showroom in the heart of the Flower District to explore midtown Manhattan in hopes of spotting a few of our fixtures in situ. Just south of Bryant Park, Heron Exterior Wall Lanterns … Continue reading

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Introducing the Vesta Chandelier

Introducing two new chandeliers to the Remains Lighting Collection, the Vesta 24 Chandelier and the Vesta 48 Chandelier. Long slender arms of precisely cut and hand brazed metal emanating from a center orb with hand-blown glass shades. The Vesta Chandeliers … Continue reading

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The Art of Engineering & Craft of Metal and Glass Work

All of the lighting fixtures created at Remains begins as an idea– a sketch of the desired product.  The idea is edited and modified until it is ready to move into production. Remains Lighting president, David Calligeros, has nearly 20 … Continue reading

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