The new Ray Sconce collection from Stickbulb
The RAY Sconce is a brand new and radically spare wall light collection. Designed by RUX, the creative team behind the Long Island City-based lighting brand Stickbulb, the Ray Sconce Collection centers on the simple beauty of the different types of wood used in each and every Stickbulb design. The name “RAY” refers to light as well as the nutrient-rich lines in the cross-section of a tree-trunk, known as medullary rays.
“Ray is simple, clean, and quiet,” notes Russell Greenberg, RUX Founder and Stickbulb CoFounder. “The design is so minimal that it draws your attention closer to the subtle details of the wood grain and the machined precision of the sconce construction.”
A newly-designed hardware component allows the fixture to be mounted directly onto a wall, in both vertical or horizontal directions.
“The collection is incredibly versatile, coming in lengths ranging from 18 inches through to 5ft, as well as in vertical and horizontal orientations. The light can face the wall, creating a halo effect around the sconce, or it can graze the wall, creating a gentle wash of light in an up, down, left, or right direction,” says Stickbulb Co-Founder Christopher Beardsley.
As with other fixtures in the Stickbulb collection, RAY is available in five carefully curated wood types: sustainably-sourced Maple, Walnut, and Ebonized Oak, as well as reclaimed Heart Pine and Water Tower Redwood. Since its start, the Stickbulb mission has been to source wood from only demolished buildings, decommissioned water towers, trees that have already fallen, and sustainably-grown forests.
You can also choose from a range of colour temperatures (2400K, 2700K, 3000K, and 4000K) and among 8 different hardware finishes.
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