Menu Leonard Chandelier
Inspired by the allure and charisma of 1930’s New York City, the Tribeca series gets its name from the popular area below Canal Street on lower west Manhattan.
The series is a mix of lamps, chandeliers and pendants that were created by Søren Rose Studio for Menu A/S. Various parts from old lamps were separated and rearranged in a mix and match style that resulted in new, much bolder designs.
A Tribeca lamp radiates a glamorous, retro-chic feel that turns it into a piece of functional art. The Leonard Chandelier consists of five bare porcelain sockets that extend from the ends of highly polished brass rods that are turned downward and positioned around a central hub.
Accepts 5 E27 bulbs (not included
Powder Coated Steel, or powder coated steel, or steel
- Size Description
Height: 15 cm
Width,diameter: 46 cm
Running my own design studio has been a life long dream. In my earlier years, I started companies for which I worked as the Creative Director: In2media, now one of Scandinavia’s leading web agencies; Castit, Copenhagen's biggest casting agency; and Trunk Archive, today’s premier photographer archive. These very different ventures have taught me a lot about niches, branding and running a business. In 2008 I decided not to be involved with the daily operations of these companies, and to fully dedicate myself to starting a design agency. I spring loaded the Studio’s start by launching the MILK table, manufactured by Holmris in 2007. It received overwhelming acclaim from both clients and press, so with several full sketchbooks in hand, I jumped into this awesome industry. And here I am, 4 years later, with a branch in Copenhagen and New York. My team has an incredible skill set within architecture, product design and manufacturing. We run a flat organization, so if the junior designer has the best idea that’s what we go with. We worship high quality and sustainable materials, and approach our work with both traditional and innovative craftsmanship. This is the makeup and moving force behind Søren Rose Studio.