Ida & Pingala
Exploring perceptions of gravity, a luminous arc eases a bar of marble, or gives way to and yet suspends a stone wheel. The large pendants made of Carrera marble, neon, and brass play with the illusion of weight and strength.
Ida : h 27″ w 34″ d 3”
Pingala : h 55″ w 36″ d 4”, the horizontal marble bar is the ceiling canopy and is installed flush to ceiling.
Inspired by the graceful motion of a music conductor’s wand, fragile gas filled glass tubes drip with convincing fluidity through marble canopies creating infinite motion. An extension of the neon and marble serices Ida + Pingala.
Custom designed for every space.
Available through Radnor.
Defying gravity, this cantilever table light realized in a high polished stainless steel is a simple repetition of form that displays dynamic views from all sides. Collaboratively designed with Susan Thompson.
8” x 8” x 21”h
The Volume and Void Collection emerged through the process of peeling away layers to discover inner volumes. By pushing an pulling material and staggering the proportions, movement of the eye is created and a unique view is offered from every angle. These candlesticks are machined from solid brass. Plating in rose gold, silver, black and white rhodium are available. Please inquire.
h 3.7″ w 2″ d 2″
One of a kind porcelain chandeliers were inspired by the mid-century cultural fascination of space travel. Brass and hand thrown translucent porcelain pendants draw symbols in space. Conceived and made in collaboration with artist, Biata Roytburd.
h 65″ w 65″ d 12″
A balance of tension realized in this ceramic and brass wall sconce.
5.5” x 7.5” x 21.5”H
Inspired by sea life, each porcelain pendant features an organically shaped opening making each one unique. The exterior is unglazed and sanded smooth to the touch. The pendants hang from twisted cloth covered electrical cord and glow when lit, warmly atmospheric.
small single pendant: h 6″ w 4″ d 4″
large single pendant: h 12″ w 7″ d 7″
Updated version of our classic porcelain pendant. A mix of glass finishes is shown. The pendants hang from twisted cloth covered.
h 7″ w 5″ d 5″
Tetra Pendant: Gem-like glass and porcelain pendants delicately float within a solid brass frame that is meticulously and artfully welded. Three brass arms come to a delicate, hand-honed juncture: triangulation in pure simplicity and oneness of form.
Shown in solid brass, smoke colored glass and porcelain.
Available in various glass colors, and custom fixture sizes.
h 28″ w 13″ d 13″
h 71cm w 33cm d 33cm
Tetra Planter: Conceived as an installation where plant and light live harmoniously in a three-dimensional composition, the Tetra planter features a geometric matte vessel within the jewel-like frame. The solid brass arms come to a perfect point within the circular hook.
Shown in solid brass and ceramic.
Available in white or ash grey ceramic.
h 24″ w 12″ d 12″
h 58cm w 29cm d 29cm
Light Sculpture – Collaboration with glass artist Jessica Wainer
Coffee table of peach glass and mirror with an intriguing union of transparency and luminosity. Peach glass planes sides cap a clear glass top and back panel. The open front allows for decorative storage. The interior base is a peach mirror surface, creating a reflective environment for the objects stored within.
UV bonded, tempered, clear, peach, and mirrored peach glass.
Made to order, custom sizes welcome.
h 14″ w 36″ d 19″
h 36cm w 92cm d 48cm
Pedestal side table of peach glass and mirror with attention to form and hue. Three sides of peach glass extend beyond the mirror top creating a delicate, reflective border. The open front can accommodate books or serve decorative purposes.
UV bonded, tempered, peach and mirrored glass.
Made to order, custom sizes welcome.
h 22″ w 9″ d 9″
h 56cm w 23cm d 23cm
A furniture collaboration with Chiyome. Rooted in an analysis of planar relationships, creating a study in weightlessness. Mirrored peach glass, velvety nubuck and satin metal round out a grouping that renders traditional forms through a warm contemporary lens. With fashion-inspired design elements, the collection balances opposites: line versus volume, bright versus muted, transparent versus opaque.
A reconceptualized sling chair featuring a suspended cylinder bolster back. The sling seating continues over the sides creating planes that evoke an unexpected interplay of volume and void. Shown in satin steel and grey nubuck.
h 28.75″ w 25.5″ d 27″ Seat h 17″
h 73cm w 65cm d 69cm Seat h 43cm
Plant and light live in one harmonious space. The frames are custom sized for each installation ensuring an impactful presence in a large space. This hanging steel fixture encases a gem-like interior of hand blown glass.
Shown in blackened steel and smoke colored glass.
Available in various glass colors and custom metal fixture sizes.
h 31.5″ w 14.5″ d 13″
h 80cm w 37cm d 33cm
The Noir series suggests the intersection of architectural planes, with airy silhouettes and sleek edges. Sharp angles gracefully dodge each other, offering a feeling of lightness despite sturdy materials. The black patina on steel creates the clean, thin lines of the pieces stand out in stark contrast to their surroundings. The precise, geometric delineation of the chairs is symmetrical, yet looks like a completely different shape from each direction. The hand woven cotton creates a visual texture and soft tactile quality to the lines.
Hand forged from solid silver, the Field flatware set embodies and expresses the effortless flow of a constant field of motion, found in such natural phenomena as waves, achieving the most graceful form while upholding a sense of tension. As each individual piece of flatware is hammered by hand upon a forging anvil, the beautiful streamline set presents its elegant forms that seem to play with thin and thickness in changing planes.
Made to order in Brooklyn, NY.
h 9” w 1″ d 1″; h 8.25” w 1” d 1″
Farrah Sit designs evocative lighting, furniture, and sculptural home objects. Her work surfaces beauty from wells of tension, foregrounding unseen space and forces: the moment breath is lost to anticipation, when an icicle is about to plummet, a band to snap, a wave to crash, an echo to fade.
Farrah’s work expresses her process of material reduction, wedding spareness with the inherent grace of natural elements. Each piece is a contemplation on essentiality.