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Designer Andrew Neyer envisioned an adaptable light source: one as elevated and ambient as a wall sconce, but with more flexibility. Seen on Design-Milk, iGNANT, and Apartment Therapy, the Crane Light pivots 180-degrees effortlessly, hangs at a variety of lengths, and simply plugs into the wall—proving that lighting can be flexible, fluid, and fascinating in its simplicity.
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Cord tension cantilevered design. Light length can be adjusted by feeding the cable through the pivoting rod. 20’ cord with plug and custom switch. Minimal assembly required. Mounting hardware included.
Steel, Oak, Cord
60 watt G40 bulb recommended. Not included.
L 36” W 1” H 10”
The playful charm of Andrew Neyer's bright, minimal illustrations have attracted clients such as McSweeney's, Facebook, and Madewell. Born in 1986, the artist and designer lives and works in Cincinnati, where he is also the Art Director and Head Curator at the gallery and studio collaborative, YES. His work has appeared on Design Milk, Design For Mankind, and more.