Stickbulb at ICFF + Salone Del Mobile
Stickbulb has been introducing new stunning chandeliers from collaborations at Salone Del Mobile with Piero Lissoni for Fantini and a reappearance of a crowd favorite during ICFF. We’ve been impressed with how Stickbulb continues to build upon their established style of modern lighting with a simplistic, minimal aesthetic.
Exploring the relationship between light, space, and geometry, Stickbulb’s X Diamond 3/60 manages to pull together these elements into an effortless form. Edition 1 of 25 of the chandelier was shown off at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) just this last May.
Intricately composed, the X Diamond 3/60 is made up of 60 3-foot-long illuminated wood segments joined together by 36 cast brass joints. It comes it at an amazing 9 feet high, making it a colossal piece of wood and light. Stickbulb is known for utilizing reclaimed wood into their minimally designed fixtures. For ICFF, the X Diamond 3/60 used reclaimed Southern yellow pine from 1870 that had been collected from demolished New York City buildings and structures.
A similar maple prototype of the X Diamond 3/60 had originally been revealed at the December 2015 Miami Art Week and later on during Milan Design Week earlier this year. The limited collection allows for architectural forms to become a system of customizable lamps.
And also during the Milan Design Week, Stickbulb revealed their latest custom multiple pendant. The multiple pendant was resided over the Fantini booth in the Salone Del Mobile. The 8 foot tall installation was composed of 8 ebonized oak pendants.
Designed by Piero Lissoni for Fantini, the multiple pendant was designed to be configured with a custom number of pendants that can range in length from 4 to 12ft, in similar or varying sizes.