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New Lighting: Lodge Collection from Workstead

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New Lighting: Lodge Collection from Workstead

May 22, 2017

When Brooklyn design firm Workstead—a member of the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory—releases a new lighting collection, we take notice. We’ve been longtime fans of the company’s Bent Chandelier and Bent Wall Lamp, and it’s no coincidence that Workstead lighting appears several times in the Remodelista book (including in the chapter featuring the home of firm founders Robert Highsmith and Stefanie Brechbuehler).

This past weekend, Workstead’s new Lodge Collection—a sconce, rod pendant, and two chandeliers, each made of hand-turned oak wood and solid brass—made its debut at ICFF. Here’s a look.

The Lodge Sconce, the most basic form in the new Lodge collection, is a single turned-wood rod mounted on a metal backplate; $750.
Above: The Lodge Sconce, the most basic form in the new Lodge collection, is a single turned-wood rod mounted on a metal backplate; $750.
The sconce is available in natural oak with a hewn brass backplate or in oxidized oak with a blackened brass backplate (shown here).
Above: The sconce is available in natural oak with a hewn brass backplate or in oxidized oak with a blackened brass backplate (shown here).
The sconce swivels 360 degrees against the backplate so the bulb can cast directional light.
Above: The sconce swivels 360 degrees against the backplate so the bulb can cast directional light.
A brass knob tightens to hold the lamp at the desired angle.
Above: A brass knob tightens to hold the lamp at the desired angle.

The Lodge Chandelier Two has a frame of both oak wood and solid brass; $loading=
Above: The Lodge Chandelier Two has a frame of both oak wood and solid brass; $1,950.
All lighting in the Lodge collection is hardwired and made by hand in the United States; each requires a four-week lead time.

The Lodge Chandelier Three in natural oak and hewn brass hangs above a dining table.
Above: The Lodge Chandelier Three in natural oak and hewn brass hangs above a dining table.
The Lodge Chandelier Three is $
Above: The Lodge Chandelier Three is $2,450.
 The Lodge Pendant is a single column composed of three turned-oak rods. It&#8
Above: The Lodge Pendant is a single column composed of three turned-oak rods. It’s available in three sizes ranging from 24 inches to 48 inches tall.
The Lodge Pendant starts at $loading=
Above: The Lodge Pendant starts at $1,800.

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