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Brixton Spot by Innermost

Inspired by Victorian architecture around London, James Bartlett’s Brixton Spot is a sleek, functional downlight with a unique historical aesthetic—“conveying strength, power, wealth.”

Modeled after the octagonal turrets that embellish residential and railway buildings throughout the city, Brixton embraces its antecedent while updating it for a modern sensibility.

A radii of pinpoint slits at the downward end of each fixture lets light emanate in subtle and unexpected ways, offering intriguing illuminations of proximal environs.

Solid and sleek aluminum construction gives Brixton a contemporary industrial feel. The light is available in gloss white, anodized copper, and graphite in lengths of 11, 20, and 50 cm.

Additonal iterations of Brixton include a wall model, modular chandelier, and spotlight cluster. See Innermost for further details.
Posted October 26th, 2017 by Joseph Starr

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