CHURCH FAMILY

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CHURCH FAMILY

The Church Family was first created to illuminate California Modernist Rudolph Schindler's Bethlehem Baptist Church in Los Angeles. Schindler called his work “Space Architecture,” meaning he designed not just for structure but also the climate, light and mood of an interior space. Inspired by this thinking our Church fixtures are designed to cast light not down but up and out, with globe bulbs exposed and celebrated.

DOUBLE CHURCH CHANDELIER

The Double Church Chandelier features ten floating bulbs held aloft through a simple armature of cords and rods.

DOUBLE CHURCH CHANDELIER

A tensegrity structure, the fixture’s cloth-covered electrical cords resist in tension the compression force of the steel rods for an uplifting finished look.

DOUBLE CHURCH CHANDELIER

With an overall length of just under ten feet, the Double Church Chandelier is right at home in entryways and meeting rooms.

DOUBLE CHURCH CHANDELIER

The Double Church Chandelier features ten floating bulbs held aloft through a simple armature of cords and rods.

LONG CHURCH CHANDELIER

The Long Church Chandelier's streamlined structure allows it to complement a variety of interiors.

LONG CHURCH CHANDELIER

The long axis of the chandelier is punctuated by two exposed globe bulbs held aloft at its upper ends.

LONG CHURCH CHANDELIER

Ideal for rectilinear spaces and dining tables, four shorter arms radiate out and down from a octagonal hub to complete the lightweight design.

LONG CHURCH CHANDELIER

The exposed bulb in the Church family is a nod to Schindler's use of the bare bulb in his interiors.

LONG CHURCH CHANDELIER

The Long Church Chandelier's streamlined structure allows it to complement a variety of interiors.

CHURCH CHANDELIER

The Church Chandelier utilizes a three-part axis of symmetry to provide welcome visual intrigue to rectilinear spaces.

CHURCH CHANDELIER

Exposed globe bulbs are held by spun aluminum sockets which are in turn craddled and connected to rods by carefully considered machined collars.

CHURCH CHANDELIER

Visually light, the Church Chandelier expands out in all directions.

CHURCH CHANDELIER

The Church Chandelier utilizes a three-part axis of symmetry to provide welcome visual intrigue to rectilinear spaces.

CHURCH 4 ARM PENDANT

The Church 4 Arm Pendant can be hung to ailgn dramatically with existing architecture.

CHURCH 4 ARM PENDANT

An octagonal block connects the angled steel arms to create a plus-sign silhouette from below.

CHURCH 4 ARM PENDANT

Exposed globes push light up and out.

CHURCH 4 ARM PENDANT

The Church 4 Arm Pendant can be hung to ailgn dramatically with existing architecture.

CHURCH 3 ARM PENDANT

The elegant Church 3 Arm Pendant is well-suited to illuminate any space.

CHURCH 3 ARM PENDANT

Arms extend equally in all directions for a 34" footprint.

CHURCH 3 ARM PENDANT

A small triangular block holds the steel arms in compression, while the cloth-covered cord works in tension.

CHURCH 3 ARM PENDANT

The three radiating arms of the fixture terminate in machined collars, which cradle spun metal sockets.

CHURCH 3 ARM PENDANT

The elegant Church 3 Arm Pendant is well-suited to illuminate any space.

CHURCH 2 ARM PENDANT

The graphic quality of the Church 2 Arm Pendant is evident in its simple silhouette, an isosceles triangle.

CHURCH 2 ARM PENDANT

Two cloth-covered electrical cords extend from a center hub and suspend tapered sockets that house globe bulbs.

CHURCH 2 ARM PENDANT

A horizontal steel arm bridges the two sockets, completing the tensegrity structure.

CHURCH 2 ARM PENDANT

The bulbs are held aloft in space, bright dots at each end of a line.

CHURCH 2 ARM PENDANT

The graphic quality of the Church 2 Arm Pendant is evident in its simple silhouette, an isosceles triangle.

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DOUBLE CHURCH CHANDELIER

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