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This Sustainable Light Puts On A Show

Combining innovation with minimal aesthetic, this fixture is worth the splurge



Born out of curiosity and made from destroyed buildings, old water towers and fallen trees, each Stickbulb light fixture combines sustainable innovation with minimal aesthetic. The Stickbulb concept was conceived when a team of New York-based designers were hesitant to discard a pile of long, linear wooden cut-offs in their workshop.

Crafted from reclaimed wood, energy-efficient LED bulbs and polished cast-brass joinery, the simple-yet-striking creations come in a variety of geometric forms and sizes—from intricate chandeliers to portable desk lights. We love the Boom collection in particular for its explosive, firework-like shape that casts dynamic light and shadow patterns across a room.

Double Boom, shown in heart pine and polished brass, price upon request; stickbulb.com.

As seen in the August 2019 issue

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