Text and illustrations by
Thomas P. Fuchs
Over 200 hand-drawn illustrations of chandeliers, pendants, floor and table lamps,
shades, outdoor lighting, and more. Includes appendices on light bulbs and components,
a glossary, and index.
Cloth spine with paper covered boards, approx. 272 pages, 8 x 10 ¾ inches
Retail price $85.00
Available Publication date to be announced
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This essential sourcebook records a comprehensive selection of classic models of lighting, from traditional to
contemporary. Lighting designer, Thomas P. Fuchs, provides technical insight and practical
guidance to those choosing lighting for their home or office.
His artistic talents are evident in his linear renderings of chandeliers, pendants, floor and table lamps,
shades, and more. His text includes a brief history of lighting and will advise on size and heights
when choosing and placing lighting sources. Includes appendices on light bulbs, components, adaptation and
wiring, shades; a glossary, and index.
This soon-to-be classic not only provides an important sourcebook for the interior designer or
architect but also inspiration for lighting designers.
Fuchs founded Otium, his custom lighting company, twenty years ago. He designs Murano chandeliers,
neo classical glass lamps, vases and candlesticks. His work has been featured in Veranda and can be seen at the Bellagio and Venetian in Las Vegas, the Borgata in Atlantic City
and the Ritz Carlton in Miami. Thomas collaborated with designer, Paul Mathieu, to produce
the "Aix Chandelier" for the Église de la Madeleine in Aix, France, and recently designed a glass
chandelier for Bergdorf Goodman.
Thomas Fuchs was classically trained in the fine arts at the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, D.C., the Art Student League, and the National Academy of Design in New York City.
Art—in all of its infinite forms—is the catalyst for what Thomas Fuchs does. He's a furniture designer,
creator of stunning Venetian glass, an avid painter...and so much more.
When not supervising the production of his pieces in Murano, Italy, Thomas lives on New York's
Upper West Side with his dogs Calder and Frida.
This is the second book in a multi-volume series of pattern books that will include over 15 titles covering a
range of topics from curtains and plasterwork to staircases and paneling.
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transoms and fan lights, a glossary, and index. Available Fall 2013
Follow Peter Joel Harrison's progress in
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bathrooms, and closets; a glossary, and index. Available 2015-2016
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edited by Thomas F. Knapp
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