Focal point: Studio DUNN’s Sorenthia Lighting Element

Studio DUNN has launched the Sorenthia Lighting Element, which was designed by Asher Dunn, founder of Studio DUNN.  This light combines industrial and organic elements with its flowing lines, and brass and steel components, resulting in a lighting element that is said to be a work of art and a room focal point.

In addition to the original 11" tubular Edison filament bulb (75W or 40W, clear or frosted glass), the Sorenthia is also offered with a 4" tubular Edison filament bulb (60W, clear glass), or a 5" diameter globe bulb (60W, clear glass).  Studio DUNN includes one set of light bulbs with each light. Customers can choose from these three options, or are welcome to provide their own E26 bulbs.  The standard Sorenthia Light fixture is made in the US and is sold individually.  It includes a 5” circular ceiling canopy, two E-26 bulbs, a 60” cross bar (with two 11” tubular bulbs), and a standard 2’ drop rod.  Custom drop lengths can be furnished.

While the standard Sorenthia Light is sold individually, they may be combined for more dramatic effects.  Studio DUNN offers a custom 36”x8”x2” canopy to accommodate two to four Sorenthia lights. This option is recommended for installations where only one junction box is available. The canopy is comprised of a steel frame that attaches to the ceiling and a steel faceplate that affixes to the frame. The canopy is plated to match the finish of the lights.

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The standard 5” round canopy and custom 36” X 8” canopy are available in three finishes:  brushed brass, oil rubbed, and brushed nickel.

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