The Horsehair Sconce combines wefts of horsehair with brass and etched glass. Together, this mix of materials delivers depth to any space, elevating the overall style of the room and enabling a blend of modes and eras.
Horsehair Sconce by Gabriel Hendifar for Apparatus represents a robust study of material that evokes the grace and strength of its equine contributor. Wefts of horsehair are combined with brass and etched glass, implying a structural, weight-bearing function for the coarse hair.
- The sensual versus the machine made
- Horses by Steven Klein
- Riding tack
- Wefts of horsehair implying structural funtion
- Brass form cast to appear draped over a peg
Founded in 2012, Apparatus creates bespoke furnishings and lighting that revolt against the corporatization of design. The company’s distinctive catalog is created with sensual materials like marble, suede, horsehair, lacquer, and porcelain combined with patinated brass. Embracing a tradition of studio craftsmanship, each piece is hand-finished and assembled in New York.