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TriBeCa by Søren Rose

TriBeCa by Søren Rose

Design is not accomplished only in the draft room. Good design is based on trial and error, on experimentation of different possibilities. Danish designer Søren Rose, who lives in New York, made a trip through the United States a few years back. While on the road, he collected beautiful lamps most of them dating back to the early 20th century. Back in his studio, he took them apart, rearranged them and developed a series of different lamps which he called the TriBeCa Edition 1.

 

Duane Pendant, Tribeca edition 1. by Soren Rose Warren Lamp Tribeca Edition 1. by Soren Rose. Moore Lamp Tribeca Edition 1. by Soren RoseMoore tale lamp, Tribeca Edition 1. by Soren Rose

 

Based on Edition 1, Menu A/S decided to make a collaboration with the designer and together they created The TriBeCa Collection. A series of 11 lamps that are inspired by New York City in the 1930´s.

Franklin Chandelier, black. by Soren Rose for Menu A/S

Franklin Chandelier

 

  Reade Table Lamp, brass. by Soren Rose for Menu A/S

Reade table lamp


Warren Wall Lamp, black. by Soren Rose for Menu A/S

Warren 

 Staple Wall Lamp, brass. by Soren Rose for Menu A/S

Staple 

Leonard Chandelier, black. by Soren Rose for Menu A/S

Leonard

 

 Duane Pendant Lamp. by Soren Rose for Menu A/S

 

Duane pendant

Image sources: 11-12. My Paradissi

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