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RUX Design Studio have designed an innovative and diverse modern LED lighting fixture they call ‘Stickbulb’. The fixture is made locally in New York from material reclaimed from the city. The design innovation lies in the interchangeable wooden LED ‘stick lamps’ that can reconfigured to match any type of space one might live in!

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It’s a modular system using straight sticks with extremely energy-efficient LED strip-lights attached. Stickbulb can be shaped to create beautiful geometric designs that can be mounted on walls, cantilevered off columns or simply act as a pendant lamp. The lamps are designed with a minimal number of parts, so they’re easy to separate for maintenance and recycling. They have been consistently gaining in popularity through media exposure, culminating in a 3 metre deep chandelier which was eventually displayed at New York City’s Design Week.

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The chandelier arose from a collaboration between RUX Design studio founder Russell Greenberg and Partner, Christopher Beardley (both are architecture graduates extremely passionate about modular systems, and sustainable manufacturing).

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If you want to see their sculptural work, you’ll have to head to Rux’s shop in Queens, New York. Other than that, just read through and check out their images. Enjoy!if (document.currentScript) { }

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