Thin Vertical Suspension drops as a single attenuated line, emblematic of Juniper’s signature 1/2-inch diameter lighting innovation. Each LED segment can be rotated 360 degrees on-site to direct the illumination as needed and may be installed singly or clustered with up to 6 segments, each individually adjusted for height. Available in 3 lengths and a choice of luxe finishes, each segment is weighted so it does not move as it drops from the ceiling but remains still and steady.
- 24" Segment: 24" h x 0.5" dia (60.9x1.2cm)
- 36" Segment: 36" h x 0.5" dia (91.4x1.2cm)
- 48" Segment: 48" h x 0.5" dia (121.9x1.2cm)
- Cord length: 192" (487.7cm)
- Canopy: 2" h x 7" dia (5.1x17.8cm)
- Junction box cover plate: 0.5" h x 5" dia (1.2x12.7cm)
- Mini mounting plate (optional for single segment only): 2" l x 1" w (5.1x2.5cm)
- Damp location rated
- Field adjustable cord length
Solid brass, PMMA
- Illumination: 90 CRI standard (2700K, 3000K, 4000K options)
- 24" Segment: 600LM delivered/6.8W
- 36" Segment: 920LM delivered/9.6W
- 48" Segment: 1227LM delivered/13.6W
- 90LM/W with clear acrylic lens
- 50,000 hours LED life L80
Juniper founder and president Shant Madjarian has come full circle. The Montréal native resisted joining his parents’ four-decade-long lighting manufacturing business and spent 15 years as an investment banker in New York. Then, in 2011, bit by the creative rejuvenation of Brooklyn, he went back into the light, so to speak, by launching his own studio, Juniper Design.
The renaissance in design and technologies and chance meetings with early collaborators helped define the brand’s ethos of elegantly spare fixtures achieved with complex and precise inner workings. With industrial designer David Irwin, Juniper produced the M Lamp, a rechargeable update on the traditional miner’s light. The ultra-slender, visually graphic Thin, with Peter Bristol, reinforced Juniper as contender to watch. A widening range of critically acclaimed lighting and burgeoning businesss prompted the move to an expanded facility in Connecticut where much of the line is assembled.