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The Tribeca series is a mix of lamps, pendants and chandeliers, all inspired by the New York City glamour of the late 1930's. The name Tribeca refers to a very popular part of New York in lower West Manhattan - the Triangle below Canal Street.
The various shapes and designs in the Tribeca series were created in an inspiring creative process where Søren Rose Studio traveled the States, searching for beautiful old lamps and reusable parts. All the parts were separated, rated and arranged, and then assembled again, mix and match style, until these new and much bolder designs emerged. This feature, in combination with the elegant details and the glamorous feel, makes a Tribeca lamp a retro-chic piece of art.
Søren Rose is a talented Danish entrepreneur and designer with a past as a creative director within the web and photography industry. His dream of having his own studio came true in 2008; and today he lives in New York where he operates the highly popular Søren Rose Studio. Søren Rose explains "And here I am, 6 years later, with branches in Copenhagen and New York. My team encompasses an incredible set of skills within architecture, product design and manufacturing. We run a flat organisation; and, thus, if the junior designer has the best idea that's what we go with. We worship high quality and sustainable materials, and we approach our work with both traditional and innovative craftsmanship. This is the makeup and moving force behind Søren Rose Studio."
Harrison is the latest addition of the highly successful Tribeca family. It is of a significant design, and its appearance resembles a piece of art just as much as a chandelier. Five different light bulbs fits into the Harrison and the bulb type can be changed according to the user’s personal choice, which makes it even more interesting. It looks amazing above your dining table, but can of course be placed anywhere in home or office, as well as in bars and restaurants.
Designed by Søren Rose
Soren Rose Studio
43 1/2"L x 19 3/4"W x 2"D
Painted Porcelain Sockets, Solid Brass
Made in Denmark