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Leonard Chandelier brass pendant by Menu

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The Tribeca series of lamps started with a classic American road trip. Danish designer Søren Rose travelled across the US collecting lamps from the early to mid 20th century. He took his cache back to the studio in New York, dismantled and reassembled them, mixing and matching lamps. Out of this experimentation the Tribeca series was born, inspired by the glamour of New York in the late 1930s, with a decidedly industrial feel.

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Materials
Solid brass, porcelain
Dimensions
Ø46 x H15 cm
Colors
Brushed brass
Characteristics
Bulbs (not included) : 5 x E27
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About artist

Menu

" Menu's philosophy is simple. We want to make the world better, less complicated, a little bit nicer to wake up to. Collaborating with super-talented designers, we make objects to be treasured now and forever. We work with some of the most exciting and driven creative individuals from the worlds of architecture and design to produce high quality design with a crisp Scandinavian look. At Menu we are obsessed with clever solutions for modern living. We want to make beautiful objects for everyday use, whether that's an indispensable item of kitchen equipment, a clever floating shelf, or a beautiful vase that adds the finishing touch to your living space.
Wherever we can, we work locally with craftspeople around the world, preserving skills while creating the best modern design. "

About the work

The Tribeca series of lamps started with a classic American road trip. Danish designer Søren Rose travelled across the US collecting lamps from the early to mid 20th century. He took his cache back to the studio in New York, dismantled and reassembled them, mixing and matching lamps. Out of this experimentation the Tribeca series was born, inspired by the glamour of New York in the late 1930s, with a decidedly industrial feel.

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