PRICING Prices are located on our website on each product page under the "pricing" tab. Custom pricing is available upon request.
VIEWING THE WORK Our New York City showroom is located in lower Manhattan and is open by appointment. Please call the studio at +1 212 473 2501 to schedule a meeting. We are also represented in a selection of showrooms around the world. To find the showroom nearest you, please select the "stockists" tab on each product page on our website.
Please search the map below to find the public installation nearest you.
CUSTOM Custom commissions are accepted on a case by case basis. We welcome inquiries, so please don't hesitate to give us a call to discuss the project.
TRADE Our standard trade discount is 15%. This increases to 20% for orders over $40k and 25% for orders over $100k.
SHIPPING We ship world-wide and carefully crate each piece. Local deliveries do not require crating and are hand-delivered.
INSTALLATION We offer installation services with a licensed electrician in the New York area. Just let us know if you would like to schedule an appointment. We have also designed each piece to be easily installed by an electrician, so if you aren't in New York, not to worry! We provide the canopy, crossbar, bulbs, and a 36" or 72" stem which can be cut down on site. The armature ships fully assembled with the joint angles set. The globes are packaged separately and screw on. The arms are not adjustable and cannot be moved. Please don't try to adjust the arms! It's dangerous to the internal wiring, and also we fine-tune the balance and geometry of the fixtures in our studio before shipping so that they look perfectly balanced when installed.
INTERNATIONAL We can provide 220v/230v wiring and bulbs for international deliveries.
For international shipments, the consignee is responsible for the duties, taxes, destination charges, customs inspections & any storage fees, if applicable.
Visit us in NYC & LA
Our NYC private showroom is in the NOHO neighborhood of lower Manhattan. We would love for you to visit us.
Magazzini Shop B+C, G/F Ruttonjee Centre 11 Duddell Street Central Hong Kong T 852 2521 3282
You can also check the map below for a public installation in your area.
The Edge of What We Know
Adelman collaborates again with Senior Designer Mary Wallis casting her as the solo character in a new video The Edge of What We Know. Using precious lighting mobile elements as props that fly in slow motion through the air, a horror-movie-esque story unfolds. The heroine is startled by a stranger at the end of a hallway. As she tries to make sense of what is going on, objects are hurled at her. She defends herself and retreats to the other end, where she gathers herself in a pause. She looks her attacker straight in the eye. She musters the courage to seek revenge gaining speed towards him, grasping at any objects in her path and whips them back in attack. Finally at the front of the long hallway again, she recognizes this stranger as someone she knows. Her tension and fear melt, she looks deeply, she surrenders and cradles the unbroken porcelain shade at her chest. Does she recognize the attacker as herself?
This video debuts at Design Miami December 2017 with an edition of new hand-made lighting. The parallels found in the lighting, the scientific references proving we are all one, and the act of creating, are woven through. The four-minute video will be shown on loop throughout the show. Each viewer experiencing one’s own reality.
Created by Lindsey Adelman in collaboration with Pascal Perrich, 2017.
THE EDGE OF WHAT WE KNOW
THE EDGE OF WHAT WE KNOW An immersive installation of new forms debuted at Design Miami. See more here.
Hope to Heal
Taught by Lauren "Windspirit" Sander Karl Zahn, Design Director
Alexandra Snook / Dancer Barrett Hanrahan / Dancer Clare Hearns / Dancer Colin Cobb / Dancer Danielle Martinelli / Choreographer / Dancer Erin McAleavy / Dancer Ian Collings / Dancer Ilya Brukhman / Dancer Josephine Kingery / Dancer Kevin Quale / Dancer Laura Young / Vocalist / Dancer Leo Madriz / Composer / Costume / Dancer Lindsey Adelman / Creative Director / Dancer Mary Savel / Costume Mary Wallis / Dancer Maya Holmes / Dancer Ryan Dickie /Cinematographer Sara McBeen / Dancer
ROBIN HOOD x ARTSY We selected some favorites and rarities to benefit New York City's Robin Hood Foundation. Bid Here.
Taught by Phillippe Malouin Sasha Ritter, Los Angeles Studio Director
VISIT US IN LA
VISIT US IN LA Our private Arts District showroom is open by appointment. Book a visit here.
Some Relationships are Better than Others
Collective Design Fair May 4–8, 2016
My presentation at Collective Design Fair explores the timeline of work emerging into being and disintegrating back to non-substance. The light fixtures I make transform from immaterial concept to systematized components to a cohesive mass and into someone else’s life. I am exploring the idea that, in a certain sense, all phases of an object exist at once. As humans we use time to break things down to help us in understanding.
The way things come into being is as interesting to me as how they transform, disintegrate, extinguish, or are destroyed. My video captures destruction while the laborious creation is implied. In slow-motion footage two hand-blown glass and brass Burst chandeliers crash into each other. There is undeniable pleasure in destroying. It’s a big part of our relationship with things as a culture.
With my installation, I explore the positive side of the material world being finite. In life, objects are damaged and destroyed through dancing, playing, using, loving, sharing and living life in general. All signs point to the reality that the world as we know it, and us in it, were never designed to exist forever. The video, entitled “Some Relationships Are Better Than Others” challenges the preciousness of static objects and gives value to the power of action and transformation
Mary Wallis, Senior Designer
VISIT US IN NYC
VISIT US IN NYC Our private NoHo showroom is open by appointment. Book a visit here.
Taught by Richard Wheater (UK), Julia Bickerstaff (UK), and Matt Dilling (USA) Barrett Hanrahan, Studio Director Kevin Quale, Senior Designer
Taught by Hilary Russell, Yestermorrow Design/Build School Ilya Brukhman, Digital Design Manager