Buster Globe Quad Pendant Light by Rico Espinet
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Design by Rico Espinet, 2012.
By Robert Abbey.
The Buster Globe Quad Pendant Light is clean and classic with endless possibilities for installation. Various downroads can be used to stagger the drops on the glass shades to create custom configurations. Available in polished nickel with white cased glass, deep patina bronze with topaz seeded glass, or aged brass finish with a topaz seeded glass diffuser. Suspension hardware includes 12 X 12" extension rods and 4 X 6" extension rods.
Material(s): Steel, Glass
- 9"D X 19" - 55" adjustable height
- Canopy: 15"L X 15"W
Lamp Type: INCANDESCENT
Bulbs: 4 X 60W 120V E26(medium base) B11 incandescent (not included)
Listing: UL, CUL
Model(s): S244 Z244
Rico Espinet is known for creating striking, poetic environments that combine clean lines and simple forms. Reflecting his training as a sculptor, Ricos design sensibility is grounded in materials and values that endure. His spaces mix furnishings, lighting, accessories, industrial objects, and fine art in settings at once comfortable and freshly discerning.
Ricos work is the culmination of lifelong interests in art, architecture, performance, philosophy and history. After graduation with honors from the Rhode Island School of Design, his passion for sculpture evolved into art installations, where the placement of objects and careful lighting heightened the viewers experience. A gift for lighting transported him to New Yorks downtown music scene and the world of high fashion. Throughout the 1980s, Rico created the stage lighting for musical showcases of artists like Marianne Faithfull, Television, Gang of Four, Pylon, Sonic Youth, Beastie Boys, and Run DMC, to name a few. Lighting projects for fashion designers Stephen Sprouse and Isabel Toledo led to several years as a visual lighting consultant for Bergdorf Goodman, Barneys New York, and Ralph Lauren. Rico received two Gene Moore lighting prizes, for Polo Sport windows and a Comme des Garcons installation created by Simon Doonan.
In the mid-1990s, Rico returned to his studio, a converted elementary school, in the Amish community of rural Stone Arabia, New York, to work on commissions and create what would become his first lighting line. His Monk Lamp, crafted with a microphone base, plumbing parts, and an industrial machinist shade, appeared in an international Hunter Douglas ad that ran for two years in many magazines, creating serious buzz and a lengthy waiting list. Jeffrey and Darlene Rose called, and for 16 years, Rico has designed residential and contract lighting for Robert Abbey, Inc. His popular Robert Abbey Lighting collections feature warm, often atmospheric light inspired by architectural forms and the beauty of everyday objects.See other lights/products from Rico Espinet
At Robert Abbey, designs are a true passion. Robert Abbey works diligently to offer the most trend right merchandise with the highest quality standards at affordable prices. The Robert Abbey family owned and operated company has been designing and manufacturing fine lighting products since 1946 from their Robert Abbey design studio and factory in Hickory, North Carolina.
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