Collection by Aileen Kwun

Three Glowing Lighting Designs from David Rockwell with Rich Brilliant Willing

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Marking its first collaboration with an outside firm, Brooklyn-based studio Rich Brilliant Willing has teamed with the eponymous designer of Rockwell Group to create a trio of customizable LED lighting designs. (For more RBW designs, stay tuned for our story on RBW cofounder Charles Brill's Gowanus home in our upcoming October 2016 Furniture issue.)

The dimensions of the Witt system are based on 12, 10, and 8-inch cubes.
The Notch sconce projects light from the top, bottom, and core of its elongated rectangular body, which is cut with a...
Concealed LED lights add to the allure of the Notch sconce, and create a soft glow against its brass interior.
The geometric, modular Witt lighting system was inspired by the form of traditional chandeliers.
The Witt can be customized and extended to elongated to varying sizes, as shown, or stacked and hung in multiples to...
Inspired by stages of the lunar cycle, the wall-mounted Phase sconce takes on a half-spherical form.
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