Whether brightening a hallway or illuminating a bathroom vanity, Pipe Light brings Andrew Neyer's minimalist mien to a versatile sconce-type fixture. It can be mounted up or down, is suitable for damp locations and is fully dimmable. Crafted at the artist-designer's Ohio headquarters, in what began as a home-based lighting project and has evolved into a complete collection marked by its standout simplicity.
4" h x 11.4" dia x 38.6" d (10.16x4.5x15.2cm)
Wall plate: 0.25" h x 5" dia (0.6x12.7cm)
Powder-coated steel, oiled oak
Handmade in Cincinnati, OH
Recommended bulb: G40 Globe Light
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.