Andrew Neyer began developing products for his home in Cincinnati, OH in 2010. Two of Neyers first products were a wristwatch and a cantilevering sconce which is now known as the Crane light. While studying Printmaking at Maryland Institute College of Art, Neyer became obsessed with innovating new ways of experiencing art on a universal level, Andrews early work laid a foundation for his peculiar spin on ordinary mediums.
After exceeding the limits of in-house production capabilities, Neyer partnered with local fabrication shops to keep up with the demand. This division allowed the studio to solely champion the design.
Following the success of the Crane Light, Andrew Neyer developed a full lighting collection based on the same minimal principles. The new lineup became the Mobile Collection, a series of pendants and chandeliers that can be combined in groupings for use in both commercial and residential spaces. Soon after, architects and designers began realizing the collection to transform lobbies and open spaces of renowned restaurants, design offices, luxury hotels and boutiques around the World.