Seamless surface: Electron wall sconce by Karice

Designed by father-son team Maurice and Jordan Dery, Electron is made of acrylic and metal.

Introducing the Electron wall sconce, designed by father-son team Maurice and Jordan Dery for Karice. Made of acrylic and metal, Electron’s seamless surface belies the engineering beneath, where the wiring is cleverly kept cleverly out of view to maintain the ring’s suspended independence. The sconce employs dimmable energy-efficient LED technology, allowing light to pour forth from the inner and outer edges without unsightly shadowing.

 

 

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