Elma's glass arms connect elements of color and balance, and are available in transparent and sandblasted finishes. The pieces are easily customizable, with options that are meant to be mixed and matched for idiosyncratic, expressive fixtures.
Cerine is an homage to the ubiquitous chain link—an object that is seldom decorative and functional simultaneously. Each piece is hand-formed from crystal-clear glass, worked into a sturdy series of links and available in seven different colors.
Janus is designed in the spirit of planetary movement and deep space. The collection is named for the two-faced Roman deity of transitions as well as Saturn’s outermost ring, two distinct yet connected symbols.
Inigo is a contemporary reference to classical proportions — designed to the rational principles of its Jacobean namesake, English architect Inigo Jones; the design embodies the master's pursuit of balanced geometries.
Named for the grit required to polish it's surface to a smooth plane, 3000 Mirrors emulate the honed terrazzo floors of Milanese lobbies and Venetian palazzos. Cast in concrete or milled from walnut, the mirrors read as a continuous surface.
The Float Hook is informed by the layering of objects in space. A plane hovers off the wall with a machined brass hook superimposed on top, giving the appearance of weightlessness under heavy loads.
The Lescaze Chair references the architect who introduced glass brick to the United States in 1934 with his seminal modernist townhouse renovation at 48th Street. Here, the material is similarly deployed for both its structural and aesthetic qualities.
Pendants • Sconce • Floor Lamp
Chandeliers • Pendants • Flush/Sconce
Chandelier • Pendants • Table Lamp