by Stickbulb by RUX Studios

Concept Statement: This is a new series of LED chandeliers with explosive forms made from and inspired by destroyed buildings. The concept sits at the intersection of creation and destruction, forging a balance of energy and history in the form of function and design. At the center of the fixture is a singularity of cast-brass joints, elegantly curved to dramatically reflect the geometry of the fixture. Linear wooden bulbs – made from redwood reclaimed from demolished NYC water towers – in varying lengths cantilever from the brass core, each one emitting a line of even light in a different direction. The result is an explosion of richly textured wood that casts dynamic patterns of light and shadow.

Project Specs: Boom is an LED fixture made from sustainably sourced or reclaimed wood and a cast brass joint. Wood types available: Maple, American Walnut, Ebonized Oak, reclaimed Heart Pine, reclaimed Water Tower Redwood, and Custom. Metal available: Polished Brass and Custom. Product dimensions for the four sizes include: Little Boom (31.9” x 38.5” x 34”), Middle Boom (41.7” x 50.51” x 44.6"), Big Boom (60.9” x 74.2” x 65”) and Double Boom (98” x 86.3” x 50.4”).

Bio: Stickbulb was co-founded in 2012 by Russell Greenberg and Christopher Beardsley as a way to combine their mutual love of architecture, modular systems, and sustainable manufacturing. Designed by RUX, Stickbulb LED fixtures are handcrafted in NYC from sleek wooden beams using reclaimed materials sourced from locally demolished buildings and sustainably managed forests. Stickbulb products range from small desk lamps to room-filling custom installations and can be found in a growing list of international showrooms.


Place of Origin: New York City, United States