It’s not just one lightbulb, it’s three. It’s not just made out of metal, it’s got chords, too. This is a ceiling fixture if ever have I seen one. It’s made for functionality, but often with stripped-down efficiency comes aesthetically pleasing beauty. That’s how it is these days. And I love it.
This lamp is made of re-purposed O.C. White industrial joints, vintage Hubbell sockets for the lights, and a bunch of new-cut steel. The axes on which the poles are situated allow for 360 degrees of rotation. The sockets that hold the bulbs each activate with a turn-key, each one being individually controlled.
And it looks just so very elegant and nude.
Designer: Workstead Design