Urban Electric lighting

Maximum Impact

When it comes to adding layers to a space, we often think of the family heirlooms, the hard-won trophies and the travel mementos and keepsakes that illuminate our personal worlds. But when we consider texture from a design perspective, lighting becomes an equally important component in defining a space and its particular point of view. After all, adding lights to an environment is not just a part of the decor; it is a decorating plan in itself, and a roadmap for creating a rich space.

Erddig Floor shown in blackened steel finish with an heirloom shade. Interiors by Mark Maresca.
Huntley shown in antique brass finish with clear glass. Interiors by More Design + Build.
Urban Electric lighting

LIGHTS
Lighting a room is about more than looking up or down; it’s also about the side-to-side glow, the way our image reflects in a wall mirror thanks to the thoughtfully placed art lamp or tandem sconce duo. We look our best when lit from all angles.

Symon shown in gilt finish with white accent and shade SH-144C-WHT, customized. Interiors by David Thompson Architect.
Rex Table V.2 shown in hewn brass finish with hewn brass accents and shade SH-151X-COM (Prospect Road from Liberty London). Interiors by Cortney Bishop.
Custom pendant shown in hewn brass and COM shade. Interiors by Philip Mitchell.

SHADES
Our unique custom capabilities allow for bespoke commissions of all sizes, levels of complexity and order volume—as well as work rendered from a Client’s Own Materials (known in our world as COM). Whether it’s a geometric-patterned wallpaper, a bold chintz or a subtle custom trim, we love to see our fixtures come to vibrant and singular life through our COM program.

Needles shown in darkened copper finish with heirloom accents and milk glass.
Kronam shown in vintage finish with antique brass accents.
Betty Hang shown in zinc finish with polished nickel accents and etched glass.

FINISHES
The concept of mixing metals is as much about confronting—and challenging—convention as it is about creating new and exciting ways to reflect something wholly unique and fresh. Whether wrought in antique brass or seaside bronze or a polished-nickel-anchored combo of the three, our lights stand alone while also illuminating the larger design framework.