Lindsey Adelman has long been obsessed with illumination in all its forms. A light sculptor, her work treads the porous border between sculpture and design. In 2006, with the goal of transforming the ephemeral nature of light into something not merely tangible but enduring, she launched Lindsey Adelman Studio with her very first product, the Branching Bubble chandelier. Since then, she has explored the visual tension between organic and industrial forms in a number of disciplines, introducing boundary-challenging designs from an innovative palette of materials. Combining hand-blown glass with the strong industrial beauty of machine-milled components, her lighting creates radiant warmth while underscoring the drama of shadows and emptiness. In addition to the lighting systems developed within her highly collaborative studio, she has carved out LaLAB as an experimental space to explore the concept of illumination on an unexplored plane in the shape of one-off, limited edition, or private commissions. A graduate of RISD, her work has been shown at The Cooper Hewitt Design Museum, The Future Perfect, and Nilufar Gallery.