Elegant fixture: Juniper’s Thin chandelier

This fixture features flexible illuminating arms, giving designers a variety of biomorphic and geometric arrangements.

Brooklyn-based Juniper has collaborated with industrial designer Peter Bristol to develop the new Thin chandelier.

This fixture features flexible illuminating arms, giving designers a variety of biomorphic and geometric arrangements, each articulating moods ranging from dramatic to playful, for public spaces.

The 12 illuminating arms can be swiveled, folded and stretched thanks to precision-machined, 1/2″ brass tubes. The chandelier itself appears to suspend and illuminate as if there is no wiring or weight. It is available in raw brass, satin nickel or an oxidized brass finish.

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