Intricate collaborative system: Metropolis collection by Juniper Design Studio

Juniper Design Studio collaborated with David Meckley for the Metropolis collection.

Juniper Design Studio has launched the Metropolis collection of LED light modules.

Made through a collaboration of the Brooklyn-based studio and designer David Meckley of Huntsman Architectural Group, the Metropolis collection is ideal for larger spaces. The lighting system has woven details, with the Bauhaus movement's forms and nautical queues apparent in Metropolis' silhouette.

Producing 6,000 dimmable lumens delivered from two independent up-down light sources, the wall-to-wall system is designed especially for conference rooms, but can be customized to fit spaces of any size. Design preferences and flexibility are also accommodated with 2’, 3, 4’ lengths available in three standard finishes, which include brass/black, satin aluminum/black, and full polished aluminum. The frosted glass diffuser can also be outfitted with perforated hex mesh.


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