The slip-cast porcelain forms of Lantern Sconce by Gabriel Hendifar for Apparatus float along a rigid brass structure. Their glow is punctuated by finely incised fluting, connecting to the most essential element of historical lanterns: light passing through a delicate protective form. Repeating spheres act as a counterpoint to the sizeable shades.
- Fritz Lang’s Metropolis
- Wiener Werkstatte
- Slip-cast fluted porcelain shade
- Brass armature
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.