4 X Truss Chandelier

$24,000.00
Designed by:  RUX
Manufactured by:  Stickbulb

The X Collection transcends the line between lighting and furniture. It includes illuminated pieces that can function as tables, chandeliers, or pendant fixtures. Whereas previous Stickbulb lamps have relied on cantilevered bulbs to make different linear silhouettes, X Collection designs create graphic and structurally closed shapes inspired by hexagonal and tetrahedral forms in nature. The Truss Chandelier is a linear configuration of octagonal closed shapes. Bulbs are available in 2ft lengths. Wood options include sustainably sourced maple or walnut, reclaimed southern yellow pine, or ebonized oak and hardware in polished cast brass. These lamps require LED, 3000k. Manufactured by Stickbulb.

Designed in 2015.

108" W, 36" D, 28' H

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Designed by:  RUX
Manufactured by:  Stickbulb

The X Collection transcends the line between lighting and furniture. It includes illuminated pieces that can function as tables, chandeliers, or pendant fixtures. Whereas previous Stickbulb lamps have relied on cantilevered bulbs to make different linear silhouettes, X Collection designs create graphic and structurally closed shapes inspired by hexagonal and tetrahedral forms in nature. The Truss Chandelier is a linear configuration of octagonal closed shapes. Bulbs are available in 2ft lengths. Wood options include sustainably sourced maple or walnut, reclaimed southern yellow pine, or ebonized oak and hardware in polished cast brass. These lamps require LED, 3000k. Manufactured by Stickbulb.

Designed in 2015.

108" W, 36" D, 28' H

Stickbulb

Stickbulb was co-founded in 2012 by RUX Founder and Creative Director, Russell Greenberg, and Partner, Christopher Beardsley. Stickbulb started with a premise that it is every architect’s dream to build with light and its burgeoning collection of innovative floor, table, wall, suspension lamps – even an illuminated table – have resulted from this aspiration. The materials are simple – wooden beams in various lengths are designed to simply insert in and out of various steel hardware connectors without tools. According to Stickbulb, essentially resulting in a “light-up erector set of interchangeable components that allows for unlimited customization and creativity.” The collection was designed with the least number of parts possible and with connections that make the pieces easy to separate for maintenance, recycling, or reuse. Stickbulb is all about letting customers determine the resulting appearance of their piece by offering a range of possible wood options – maple, walnut, reclaimed southern yellow pine, or ebonized oak. Similarly, corresponding metal hardware is also available in a number of finish options to create a number of wonderful juxtapositional aesthetics.