New Stem Light - Cotton Stem
+ Free Shipping100% Price Match
Pin It Houzz
Design by Jean and Oliver Pelle, 2014.
Made in Brooklyn by PELLE.
The Stem Light design is a classic single bulb pendant suitable for any environment. The beauty of this light fixture is in its ability to adapt to your needs. It can be suspended alone or in a group to create a larger and more intricate chandelier. Mix it up with frosted or clear bulbs to achieve any look that you desire. UL Listed for damp locations.
Shown in polished nickel.
Material(s): Metal, Glass, Cotton, Cloth, Fabric
Dimensions: 10.5"H (without bulb)
Lamp Type: INCANDESCENT
Bulbs: 1 X 60W 120V E26 (medium base) incandescent lamp, cfl or LED can be used (not included)
Listing: CUL, UL, DAMP LOCATION
Jean Pelle began her own design studio in 2008 with a line of decorative wood candle holders that were quickly picked up by design shops across the country. She followed up with another series called the Assemblage Works - personal objects and smaller furniture that were built from parts that she had been collecting for years. In November 2008, Jean authored a do-it-yourself project called the Bubble Chandelier for Readymade Magazine. Since its publication, the light fixture project gained traction on the blog circuit and suddenly became a product in popular demand. By 2011, Jean and PELLEs co-founder Oliver Pelle developed an entire series of re-engineered Bubble Chandeliers that ranged in size, shape and finish. Jeans early work gained significant recognition and has been included in several notable design books and periodicals, nationally and internationally.
Earlier in her career, Jean worked at the offices of Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects in New York City, Eric Owen Moss Architects in Los Angeles, and EHDD Architecture in San Francisco. Jean received her Masters in Architecture from Yale University in 2005, where she was the recipient of the Yen and Dolly Liang Scholarship. She earned her B.A. in Architecture from UC Berkeley in 1999.See other lights/products from Jean Pelle
Prior to forming PELLE, Oliver Pelle was an Associate at Robert A.M. Stern Architects in New York City. During his seven years at the firm, he was the Project Architect for large-scale institutional and academic projects, such as the Harvard Law School in Cambridge and the Lebow College of Business in Philadelphia. He was also lead designer for several large mixed-use developments and urban master plans, both in the US and abroad. Oliver has an extensive architecture background and has worked at the offices of Mario Botta in Switzerland, John Ronan Architects in Chicago, Richardson Sadeki and Andrew Pollock Architects in New York City.
Born in Germany, Oliver came to the US to study architecture at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago. He received his B.Arch in 2000 and was awarded the Henry Adams Certificate of Merit, a recognition given to the top-ranking graduating student. During his time at IIT, he spent an exchange year in London at The Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment. In 2004, he received his Masters in Architecture from Yale University where he was awarded the Charles O. Matcham Memorial Scholarship. Oliver remains active at the Yale School of Architecture as a regularly invited critic.See other lights/products from Oliver Pelle
PELLE creates objects and design for the modern age. Merging architectural practice and pristine craftwork, founders Jean and Oliver Pelle imbue their collections with a keen aesthetic and studied attention to functionality. Their pieces are to be lived with, handled, worn, and enjoyed. At the heart of PELLE's work is a fusing of primary elements with modern form - geologic lines repurposed, blown glass and coiled leather forged to light contemporary spaces.
on most orders
of modern designs
100% price match