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Neat Idea: Little Bishop Ceiling Hook

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Feb 27, 2015 01:01 AM
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by Promila Shastri last modified Feb 26, 2015

Anyone who’s ever tried to corral the unruly electrical cables of a pendant light will cotton to this little device, produced by Melbourne industrial designer Antony Richards. Little Bishop is a mindfully designed contraption that cleverly keeps electrical cables neatly secured—without detracting from the intrinsic organic character of suspension lighting. The two-part fixture—comprised of post, which — Continue reading …




 

 

03-DSC_8965aAnyone who’s ever tried to corral the unruly electrical cables of a pendant light will cotton to this little device, produced by Melbourne industrial designer Antony Richards. Little Bishop is a mindfully designed contraption that cleverly keeps electrical cables neatly secured—without detracting from the intrinsic organic character of suspension lighting. The two-part fixture—comprised of post, which screws into the ceiling; and appended ‘hook,’ which holds the cable—is a seamless monolithic resin structure, designed to appear as a natural ceiling element, rather than a necessary hardware intrusion. Little Bishop’s criss-cross of specifically carved grooves locks the electrical cable into place securely (and artfully), while facilitating the graceful cascading of pendant lamp—sans unsightly industrial hooks. No wonder we’re, yes, hooked.Screen shot 2015-02-26 at 2.45.11 PM01-DSC_8864-1000x700-104-DSC_889001-DSC_8864
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