CORD FAMILY

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CORD FAMILY

The Cord Family is a celebration of form driven by physics. The series began as an exercise to simplify Jean Prouvé’s classic Potence lamp by using the fixture's electrical cord in place of the guy wire. The result is a pleasing symmetry between the structural members. The family utilizes the principle of tensegrity, or floating compression, where the compression of the steel arm resists the tension of the cloth electrical cord to hold the custom ceramic socket aloft.

DOUBLE CORD CHANDELIER

The Double Cord Chandelier is an impeccably balanced fixture.

DOUBLE CORD CHANDELIER

Stretching nearly seven feet in length, the fixture nonetheless creates intimacy with eight arms that extend downward.

DOUBLE CORD CHANDELIER

Originally designed for a kitchen island, the Double Cord Chandelier makes a dramatic impression in the kitchen or above a dining room table.

DOUBLE CORD CHANDELIER

The cast ceramic sockets and candelabra base bulbs make this piece a delicate complement to residential and commercial spaces alike.

DOUBLE CORD CHANDELIER

The Double Cord Chandelier is an impeccably balanced fixture.

CORD CHANDELIER

The Cord Chandelier floats dramatically overhead, with a three-part axis of symmetry that provides welcome intrigue to rectilinear spaces.

CORD CHANDELIER

A tensegrity structure, the compression of the steel arms resists the tension of the cloth-covered electrical cords.

CORD CHANDELIER

This push and pull holds the hand-cast ceramic sockets aloft.

CORD CHANDELIER

Each hand-cast ceramic socket is unique and carefully weighed before assembly to maintain the balance of the fixture.

CORD CHANDELIER

The ceramic sockets cradle candelabra-base bulbs, creating a constellation that is suited to residential and commercial spaces alike. 

CORD CHANDELIER

The Cord Chandelier floats dramatically overhead, with a three-part axis of symmetry that provides welcome intrigue to rectilinear spaces.

LONG CORD CHANDELIER

The Long Cord Chandelier was designed to hang above a dining table, with two arms that extend long and four central arms that extend down to create intimacy.

LONG CORD CHANDELIER

A great fit for more rectilinear spaces, the Long Cord Chandelier includes a rigid connection to orient the long axis of the fixture parallel to the surface it hangs above.

LONG CORD CHANDELIER

The ceramic sockets cradle frosted candelabra-base bulbs, emitting a warm glow.

LONG CORD CHANDELIER

The overall width complements the footprint of a standard dining room table.

LONG CORD CHANDELIER

Viewed from below, the chandelier's sockets suspended in space lend it an almost constellation-like impression.

LONG CORD CHANDELIER

The Long Cord Chandelier was designed to hang above a dining table, with two arms that extend long and four central arms that extend down to create intimacy.

CORD PENDANT

A dynamic yet refined fixture, the Cord Pendant's minimal armature adds a touch of interest to any space.

CORD PENDANT

A great piece on its own or in a cluster, up to three Cord Pendants can be installed at varying heights from one junction box to create a dynamic arrangement for vertical spaces and stairwells.

CORD PENDANT

A custom milled brass triangle connects the three steel arms of the pendant.

CORD PENDANT

Radiating cloth covered electrical cords complete the tensegrity structure, holding the arms and cast ceramic sockets aloft.

CORD PENDANT

A dynamic yet refined fixture, the Cord Pendant's minimal armature adds a touch of interest to any space.

CORD SCONCE

An evolutionary descendant of Jean Prouvé’s Potence Lamp, the Cord Sconce shows off just how simple and dramatic lighting can be.

CORD SCONCE

Perfect above a bedside table or beside a couch, the Cord Sconce stores flat against the wall and can be swung out to provide light where and when you need it.

CORD SCONCE

A pivoting arm is held in place by the tension of a cloth-covered electrical cord, which also discreetly hides the mounting screws.

CORD SCONCE

Available in hardwired or plug-in versions, and 24" and 36" lengths, the Cord Sconce is the lamp you don't know how you lived without.

CORD SCONCE

An evolutionary descendant of Jean Prouvé’s Potence Lamp, the Cord Sconce shows off just how simple and dramatic lighting can be.

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Double Cord Chandelier

83.5” x 29” x 10”

Lead Time: 8-10 Weeks

$7,000

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