Built around a Piezoelectricit wireless transmitter, this suite of product was designed to accommodate the constraints of the technology, while communicating a trend forward and approachable brand language. This is a lighting control system, but can be categorized as a consumer electronic. The design manifests as an approachable and friendly persona through the soft radii, tightly
Pivoting wall sconceThis wall sconce has an elbow armature, allowing it to be mounted facing up or down. It is ADA compliant, as it features an innovative pivoting mechanism. A knurled retainer ring can be adjusted by hand to allow a 90 degree pivot in either direction to set the sconce close to the wall; thus, the ADA requirements are met without sacrificing the product's versatility.
Hanging wall sconceThis wall sconce can be mounted upwards or downwards, depending on placement, and can be lengthened to preference.
Double wall sconceThis double wall sconce is designed to hang above a mirror, casting soft light outwards and directional light downwards to illuminate the counter-top
ceiling sconceThis reserved ceiling fixture hosts a continuous, 360 degree, acid-etched glass cylinder. The glass and accent ring sub assembly is held in place by a decorative fastener and center column.
This lighting collection features hand-blown etched glass, and is machined, forged, and constructed in a traditional fashion. The entire suite is meticulously designed and developed for quality, and commands a high price point from the marketplace.
Wolf in Sheep’s Lighting
This collaborative lighting concept was featured in the Chicago cultural center, and received positive media attention. A fully functioning prototype was developed and displayed to the delight of all who visited. Production tooling is currently in development, with a public introduction of the latest design slated for mid-2013. Please continue reading for press links: