Pennant is an adjustable wall light derived from the sight of flying sporting flags. Andrew Neyer triangulates his design with a angled arm that moves from diagonal to horizontal as well as the option to vary the angle depending on the space between the pivot mount and wall plate. At the horizontal position, Pennant can even function as a swing-arm reading lamp. Powder-coated steel with oak trim, in varied arm lengths to suit everything from intimate corners to grander spaces.
2ft: 24" l (61cm)
3ft: 36" l (91.4cm)
4ft: 48" l (121.9cm)
5ft: 60" l (152.4cm)
6ft: 72" l (183cm)
Socket: 1.5" dia (3.8cm)
Wall plate: 0.75" h x 5" dia (2x13cm)
Cord length: 72" (183cm)
Powder-coated steel, oiled oak
Handmade in Cincinnati, OH
Hardware and install instructions included
Recommended bulb: G40 or G25 Globe Light
Max wattage: 60W
Cincinnati-based Andrew Neyer began his excursion into lighting with his jaw-dropping 6-foot cantilevering Crane wall light. Though trained as a fine artist and not a product designer, the acclaim for his initial effort led Andrew to develop a full collection based on objects as diverse as a gym barbell, a door chime or a toy yo-yo.
“Our design process is centered on reimagining familiar forms to inspire a new appreciation of ordinary objects,” he says. “The process involves a series of reductions until the design feels effortless.” That said, Andrew’s fixtures continue to astonish, especially in dramatic pendant and mobile formations.