The Globe Building that now houses People’s Liberty has been open for a week or two at this point. Switch is proud to have provided the lighting for this wonderful space. Today we want to highlight some of the main features we provided!
This space in the kitchen is meant for ‘family dinners’. It features a cluster of Graypants Scraplights. Scraplights are made up of recycled card board, and are created ins Seattle. They add a nice texture to this lovely space!
Pleat Box, Scotch Club’s brother, is hanging in a cluster of various colors and sizes over the conference table. The repeating ceramic fixtures through out the space help to keep the whole building integrated.
If you haven’t stopped by to see the restored Globe Building yet, you really should!
All photos credited to: Bruce Crippen
This week we are featuring the Scotch Club by Marset!
This fixture was inspired by a disco ball, hence it’s faceted shape. It features the use of a unique material as far as lighting fixtures go. The Scotch Club is composed of ceramics!
It is available as a pendant in three different sizes, making it ideal for clustering. It is also available in wall and ceiling mount versions. Color choices include white, blue, or terracotta and either a white or gold (real gold!) interior.