Originally conceived as a candelabra, Agnes takes its inspiration from the fictional heroine of the same name, a worker in the world's oldest profession during the 1849 California Gold Rush. The modular system would allow Agnes easy setup in her makeshift "workspace." In this version, glowing glass tubes replace the candles. Articulated joints allow the glass to be arranged in a multitude of ways. "Agnes, in its ideal state, would be a very large fixture. You could fill up a whole ceiling,” says the designer Lindsey Adelman. Articulated joints allow for the bulbs to be rotated and arranged in a multitude of ways. The bulbs can be completely vertical, in a churchlike state or at irregular angles in a more whimsical arrangement.
14-16 Weeks Lead-Time