Old Forms and Materials transformed in a New and Pure Form
The chandelier Franklin in the Tribeca series by designer Søren Rose is equipped with four variously directed luminaires and has been created within a Mix-and-Match-procedure. The designer Søren Rose travelled through the USA in order to reassemble individual parts of lamps afterwards. Within this creative process, new pure forms with elegant details have been developed.
Artwork in a Retrospective Style
All luminaires of the Tribeca series are inspired by the Gloss and Glamour of New York of the late 1930s. The name Tribeca refers to a very popular district of New York on the Lower Westside of Manhattan, the Triangle Below Canal Street. The Danish designer himself lives in New York and developes ideas that fit to the Menu Design. He created new combinations of form, function, material and aesthetics.
The Franklin Chandelier requires four illuminants E27. It is available in a black powder-coated desig, in brass or in brushed stainless steel.