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Lighting Mashup from NYC's Apparatus

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Feb 02, 2012 01:05 AM
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by Julie last modified Feb 01, 2012

Discovered via David John's You Have Been Here Sometime : handcrafted, utilitarian fixtures from Brooklyn-based Apparatus Studio , made from a combination of salvaged and new components. Collaborators Gabriel Hendifar (a former fashion designer) and Jeremy Anderson manufacture the pieces in their New York studio, using reclaimed pieces (aged brass, found objects) as well as contemporary materials. A small selection of lights is available at L7 in Los Angeles and through Apparatus Studio in NY. To read John's interview with Hendifar, go to You Have Been Here Sometime . Above two photos: Custom Brass Compass Chandelier was inspired by cartographic imagery; contact Gallery L7 for pricing. Above two photos: Large Custom Cloud Chandelier , made from an organic cluster of 37 glass orbs (each globe is frosted by hand to recreate the look of 19th century glass frosting techniques). Above: A custom fixture in a NY apartment. Above: A hanging light made from lengths of chain and Edison bulbs.






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