Fixture for a Changing Space

Some fixtures are specified to relate to a furniture group, such as a chandelier over a dining table. Other times an architectural fixture is needed to relate to the built environment itself. Then there are unusual occasions in which you just need something ELSE.

For those who entertain often, or move or reconfigure furniture for various purposes a free-form fixture might satisfy all requirements. The example here is a Zig-Zag linear pendant, such as the LP41. It can be either all Up light, illuminating the space using the ceiling as a reflector, or Up+Down light. (The Down component is great for surfaces under the fixture, but not necessary to light up the room.)

“Z” shaped fixtures can solve other problems, too, as I’ll discuss in another post.

Posted 04/19/2012 Julien Aleksandres