Stickbulb Makes AD Design Show Debut w/ Award-Winning Chandelier

Good Afternoon!

For the first time ever, Long Island City-Based lighting company, Stickbulb, will be exhibiting at the Architectural Digest Design Show from March 21-24th at Pier 94 in New York City. Stickbulb will showcase its Boom series, which received a Red Dot Award for its innovative and sustainable design, in booth M318 of the juried MADE section.

Made from and inspired by destroyed buildings, Boom features cast-brass joints and linear wooden bulbs to create forms of exploding light. Designed by RUX Studios, the founding creative team behind the brand, and made by hand in their new showroom in Long Island City, the elegant LED chandelier will be shown in two versions: sustainably sourced Ebonized Oak and Blackened Brass, a brand-new finish for Stickbulb’s X collection; and Reclaimed Water Tower Redwood, centuries-old redwood reclaimed from a dismantled water tower at 32 Court Street located in the Brooklyn Heights neighborhood, with a Brushed Brass finish.

Please find more details about Boom and the exhibit at the AD Show in the press release. We are also happy to share high res images and connect you with co-founders Russell Greenberg and Christopher Beardsley to discuss this exciting venture further.

All our best,
Kristin, Emma + Chris

P.S. Across the pond, Stickbulb will be featured in RECKONstruct, an exhibit at the Triennale focused on sustainable approaches to design, which will open on March 1. Let us know if you'd like more details!


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