Gazing at the Lariat Sconce, especially its luxurious metal mesh rope, is an exercise in appreciating beauty and quality—the marks of genuine Apparatus.
Lariat Sconce by Gabriel Hendifar for Apparatus is reminiscent of forms found in jewelry—etched glass teardrops hang from finely woven brass mesh. Taut lines and graceful swags are weighted by elongated orbs, addressing an intersection of geometry and gravity. Also available in multiple pendant variations.
- Geometry under the force of gravity
- Forms found in jewelry
- Brass and etched glass elongated spheres
- Finely woven brass mesh line segments
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.