Category: ‘About ceiling fan design’

New Spectre Ceiling Fan – Style and Function

      The new Spectre ceiling fan makes quite a statement.  It has an industrial vibe yet can fit into many home decor schemes.  It’s all in the details – the steel mesh on the top of the body, the… MORE +

G2Art Gilera F733-SL ceiling fan

Introducing the new Gilera ceiling fan

    Excitement, high performance, refined design – that is the new Gilera ceiling fan.   Like the namesake Gilera motorcycles, the Gilera ceiling fan provides a touch of high tech, elegant design, and powerful functionality to your living space…. MORE +

Great New Finishes for the Cirque Ceiling Fan

The breakthrough Cirque ceiling fan is now available in two terrific new finishes – polished nickel with translucent blades (F596-PN/TL) and mahogany with mahogany blades (F596-MG/BN). This modern, powerful and reliable 54″ 3-speed fan has even more design possibilities with… MORE +

Good Design Award winning contemporary ceiling fans

Here are G Squared Art’s six Good Design Award winning ceiling fans.  All were designed by Mark Gajewski and are available for purchase on the G Squared Art website, The most recent winner, the Wing ceiling fan,  will be available… MORE +

Wing ceiling fan wins 2010 Good Design Award

We are so proud that the Wing ceiling fan, F823, has won the Good Design Award. This is Mark Gajewski’s sixth Good Design Award, a juried design award conferred annually by The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design together… MORE +

Need a Fan With a Light?

Many of our customers ask us which ceiling fan gives the most light because they want to use the fan as the main source of light in a room.  For this use, I recommend the Airus ceiling fan, F598. The Airus… MORE +

New Gyrette Ceiling Fan, F302

Are you looking for a great fan that will fit into a small space? We get so many requests for a smaller sized fan – I thought about what I would like to have if I had the need for… MORE +

The birth of the Cirque ceiling fan, F596

  My designs start out as napkin sketches. Those that survive my critical reflections and have seasoned in the drawer for a while are selected to be reworked. They must be adapted to the dimensions and proportions necessary for proper… MORE +