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7-globe Branching Bubble

BB.07.59
Branching Bubble Collection


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DESIGNER
Lindsey Adelman

DIMENSIONS
H 26in/66cm W 30in/76cm D 28in/71cm WT 28lb/13kg


UL, cUL (120V), CE, CB (240V) Certified

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In addition to producing made-to-order fixtures in standard configurations, our studio has a robust customization program in which we are able to manipulate the size, shape and design of a fixture to perfectly fit a space. We also offer a range of custom metal and glass finishes in addition to the standard options seen above.


Designs start with a sketch or drawing, which our team translates into a precise 3D CAD model and spec sheet. If required by the design, we will even mock up the piece 1:1 in our studio.


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About the Branching Bubble Collection

The inspiration for Branching Bubble, first created in 2006, was the brass swivel joints and elbows found in the industrial stores on lower Manhattan’s Canal Street. What would happen if you took those shapes and re-engineered them, creating something radical and unexpected? And what if you combined them with graceful, hand-blown glass globes, like those made by Michiko Sakano, a Brooklyn-based artist with an amazing eye who is steeped in traditional technique? 


Branching Bubble is the union of those two seemingly disparate aesthetics—the industrial and the organic—like a marriage of opposites gone crazy with joy. The fixture can stay simple, or it can be designed to wander or sprawl to fit the space. Available in a range of metals and finishes, it can punctuate a vast ceiling with its warm glow or trickle down a wall—the possibilities are endless. The glass globes, whether clear, white or smoky gray, are like delicate vases set just slightly askew. The natural imperfections make the chandelier feel almost alive.

 
 

Authentic and Made in America


Drawing from an innovative palette of materials, our lights are crafted with an irrational level of collaboration in New York City with help from our long-standing network of American suppliers. They are born from countless hours of sketching and prototyping, many dirty hands, and a passion for rigorous industrial design. With proper care, they should last forever.


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