Hesse Chandelier pays homage to Eva Hesse’s sculptural rope installations and neural networks. Overlapping lines and multiple connections drive the design direction of this piece, allowing it to produce an even glow.
Shown here Satin Brass / Oil-Rubbed Bronze
62” x 30” x 40” min. drop 157 cm x 76 cm x 102 cm
Brass, G25 bulb, G30 bulb, Steel cable
120V/ 240V 175W - 280W output Accepts (7) E26 bulbs 25W bulbs recommended
Aircraft cable installation; 5” canopy & powercord in matching finish
Rosie Li Studio forgoes traditional lamp design for aesthetics and building systems driven by science and abstract mathematics, constructing fixtures using modular parts with pared-down forms. This adaptability allows light fixtures to achieve a sculptural quality by consciously responding to their environments and seamlessly integrating into the surrounding space. Founders designer Rosie Li and engineer Philip Watkins combine precise craftmanship with a rigorous design process, favoring a reductive approach and plain-spoken materials. Their fresh takes on modular sculptural lighting are contemporary and endlessly changing.