Architectural interplay: Wit collection from Rich Brilliant Willing

Developed with architect David Rockwell, Wit is a collection of suspension luminaires with accompanying metal cubes.

New York-based lighting manufacturer Rich Brilliant Willing collaborated with architect David Rockwell for Wit, a collection of suspension luminaires with accompanying metal cubes. The satin opal globes contrast with the rigid lines of the cubes, creating an architectural interplay.

Notably, Witt is a modular system. Users can position the lights in horizontal, vertical, or staggered configurations and surround the same with the various square or rectangular shapes of the assembled frames. The modular nature of Witt also facilitates experimentation and play.



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