Collective Design: Stickbulb’s AMBASSADOR Lighting Sculpture

We’re excited to share photos of Stickbulb’s show-shopping Ambassador installation at Collective Design, which was held May 3-7 at Skylight Clarkson Square in New York City.

Stickbulb is a Long Island City based lighting brand whose philosophy is best told in dialectics: creation and destruction; art and design; past and future; standard and custom.

Designed in collaboration with RUX (the founding creative team behind Stickbulb), Ambassador is a poetic nod to John Steinbeck’s 1960s travelogue Travels with Charley and a tribute to the world’s largest and most ancient trees. Made from a giant arc of 300-year-old redwood beams, the form of the sculpture evokes the tree trunks of the mighty redwoods and the circular drums of the water towers from which the wood came while the concept demonstrates the custom capabilities of the Stickbulb lighting system.

More information about Ambassador in the original press release posted previously here

Stickbulb’s next stop is ICFF in booth 1657 where they will debut a new lighting collection.