The Tribeca Harrison Chandelier was designed by Søren Rose for the brand Menu. Based in Denmark, Menu is a progressive lighting and furniture label which pools the brightest design talent from all corners of the world. Big believers in connecting people by design, the label creates functional products that can be used in multiple ways, inspiring those who use them. In the process they allow designers like Rose to shine. Headquartered in New York, his work blends Scandinavian and American influences, both of which can be seen in play with the Tribeca Harrison Chandelier.
Named after a district of New York, the Tribeca Harrison Chandelier resembles a constellation of stars or a molecular model. It consists of an adjustable 500cm cable fitted with five separate bulbs artfully arranged to create eye-catching angles. The lighting section measures 85 x 50 cm and the elements are linked together via robust steel connections. Each node needs an E27 bulb, and the bulbs inside the unit can be swapped out when replacements are needed. Unusual, creative, and effective, the Tribeca Harrison Chandelier is set to play a starring role wherever it is used.