Synapse Pendant Lamp by Apparatus
June 06, 2013
Made up of two halves, the disjointed form of the Synapse
lamp by New York-based lighting brand Apparatus
was inspired by the mechanics of neural synapses.
Combining aged brass with matt-finished translucent glass, the Synapse Pendant Lamp by Apparatus appears both timeworn and modern all at once.
The lamp is composed of two hand-molded glass domes that are made using a 4-part firing process.
A series of brass rods with a central orb that floats in transit between the two glass hemispheres forms the lamp's triangular frame.
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About the manufacturer: Based in New York, Apparatus is a lighting brand that was founded by designer Gabriel Hendifar and partner Jeremy Anderson. The brand's distinctive style was built from playful experimentation with vintage lighting components that produced eclectic compositions. The collection includes one-of-a-kind fixtures constructed from salvaged components as well as pieces made entirely from contemporary materials. In addition, Apparatus offers a bespoke service to meet individual needs and specifications.