Axis X works all the angles. A structure of parallel L-shaped bronze segments creates 4 perpendicular arrays of light that radiate outward from its central channel. Designed by Miren Lasnier of Brooklyn-based Juniper Designs, the suspended LED fixture can be oriented as either an X or cross (+) shape on-site. With original inspiration drawn from geometric forms dating to the industrial revolution, this modern take brings a luxe interpretation that is much more than merely functional.
Small: 6" h x 36" w x 6" d (15.2x91.4x15.2cm)
Large: 6" h x 48" w x 6" d (15.2x121.9x15.2cm)
Cable length: 126" (320cm)
Bronze, frosted PMMA
Designed and assembled in USA
Illumination: 2700K, 3000K or 4000K, 90 CRI
Small version 3700 lm delivered / 52W
Large version 5000 lm delivered / 70W
Power requirements: Class 2, 24 VDC
Switch type: Determined by driver
Please contact us for current availability and lead times.
“Each collection is highly conversational and a big part of that conversation is rooted in the product's function,” says Shant Madjarian of Brooklyn-based Juniper Design. Shant left a successful career in finance to explore his creative side and hasn’t looked back since. “I am especially fascinated by the nostalgia and storyline told by the iconic design objects of the 20th century,” he recently told the design publication New York Spaces. “It is quite literally the history of human progress told in the form of beautiful objects. I was inspired and wanted to be one small piece of that storyline.”
Early on, Shant crossed paths with independent designer David Irwin and together they conceived the breakthrough M Lamp, an industrially influenced design that set the tone for future projects. At the same time came the collaboration with Peter Bristol on the Thin series, which positioned the company as a risk-taker in matters of design and engineering. “That being said, we don't see ourselves as pioneers. Brooklyn has exploded over the past five years as a center of design,” he adds. “Everyone has their unique edge. It is an exciting time for the design industry.”