Recycled Tube Light - Pendant Light
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Design by Castor, 2005 - 2007.
This linear pendant light is a cylinder formed by bundling burnt-out fluorescent tubes together. The cylinder is then lit from within.
Provides diffused ambient illumination. Available in three lengths. The fixture is suspended from independently mounted support cables with a "floating" canopy. The extra cord lengths can be tangled or field cut.
Notes: Entela Certified for US and Canada.
Material(s): Recycled Burnt Out Fluorescent Tubes, Steel, Rubber
- TL-4: 47.125"L X 8.125"H; 144" of wire
- TL-6: 69.125"L X 8.125"H; 144" of wire
- TL-8: 93"L X 8.125"H; 144" of wire
Lamp Type: COMPACT FLUORESCENT, HALOGEN
- TL-4: 1 X 15W 120V E12 (candelabra base) dimmable cold-cathode compact fluorescent lamp (included)
- TL-6: 3 X 60W 120V G9 halogen lamps (included)
- TL-8: 4 X 60W 120V G9 halogen lamps (included)
Manufacturer Specifications: Click to download specifications.
Instructions: Click to download instructions.
Model(s): TL-4 TL-6 TL-8
Established in 2006, Castor is Brian Richer, a trained architectural stone carver with a degree in English literature, and Kei Ng, a trained architect with a background in set design. Castor's work has been described as a cross between Guy Maddin and Larry Clark with a side of Stompin' Tom Connors. They are interested in the middle ground between high design and ribald yokelism. Materials and reuse of materials is also an important part of Castor's aesthetic. Burnt out bulbs to make lighting, a rusty shipping container to make a sauna - this re-contextualization of materials is a primary design consideration for Castor.
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