Industrial design: Atwood by Uttermost

Uttermost has launched its Atwood chandelier, a suspended fixture with five lights.

Designed by Kalizma Home, the lighting measures 31” (H) X 51” (W) X 8” (D). Made of heavy-gauge wood, clear-seeded glass shades and metalwork with a weathered bronze finish and black antiquing, each fixture contains five 100-watt Edison sockets and five 60-watt antique-style BT58 Amber light bulbs. A nod to industrial design is found in the iron-wrapped frame, as well as the top arch.

Photo credit: Uttermost

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