Introducing the latest achievement in lighting design from Brooklyn-based studio, Juniper—the THIN chandelier is an elegant fixture that appears to suspend and illuminate magically, as if there is no wiring or weight.
Juniper collaborated with award-winning Industrial designer Peter Bristol, to develop the thin chandelier’s flexible illuminating arms. Made from precision-machined 1/2? brass tubes, the twelve arms can be swivelled, folded and stretched into a myriad of biomorphic and geometric arrangements, each articulating moods ranging from dramatic to playful. The decorative chandelier can be manipulated into varying looks, styles and sizes, ranging from one to ten feet wide—creating infinitely flexible configurations that allow it to adapt to the style of its environment. The chandelier is available in raw brass, satin nickel or an oxidized brass finish.
Finishes Available: Brass, Black Oxide, Satin Nickel
In 2011 a small team, with a big passion for design, embarked on a mission to bring a fresh perspective on lighting technology. Before long, Juniper would become one of the early pioneers of the burgeoning Brooklyn contemporary lighting scene. Today, Juniper is a fully integrated design studio and manufacturing shop focused on producing proprietary products and custom contract solutions.
Our business was formed around the belief that good design is essential and holds the power to transform people and places in meaningful ways. We do this by combining design and technology into innovative lighting solutions for our rapidly changing needs, while also pushing the limits of design and detail to bring a sense of discovery and amazement to each and every person who experiences our products. Our collection is made up of thoughtfully designed and meticulously engineered lighting products. Each piece is defined by a new technological challenge; be it material manipulation, electronic innovation or mechanical invention. We believe that amazement occurs when one witnesses the unusual. And so, every one of our collaborations begins with an intent and a challenge to produce something outside of the norm, in a way that we consider meaningful and useful. Sometimes this innovation is in the details, and sometimes it is at the very core of the product.