Market: Under One Roof
From conception through to exhibition, Stickbulb bundles the design process in its new studio-workshop-showroom in Long Island City. Co-founders Russell Greenberg and Christopher Beardsley exposed raw elements of the former steel factory as an industrial foil for the brand’s urbane lighting. At the entry, a blackened steel door slides to reveal Ambassador, an arcing 8-foot-tall LED sculpture composed of 150 redwood slats salvaged from local water towers. Theatrical wool curtains divvy up the 10,000-square-foot space, creating backdrops for best sellers like Diamond, a geometric pendant fixture, and the three-prong Bough, distinguished by its Y-shape steel connector. Between breaks in the drapes, bandsaws cut and pieces get assembled.
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