Miami Beach, FL, March 26, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Lost Foundries creates unique fixtures featuring brass and iron pipe, pairing it with twisted electrical cloth cord and vintage inspired lamp sockets. By seamlessly combining early machine age design with modern industrial design, they have built a new line of lighting fixtures.
After years of building with pipes to create everything from desks to coffee tables and pot racks to curtain rods, the designers of Lost Foundries wanted to create an industrial lighting fixture to fit their home. After much experimentation, they developed several new designs.
“I've always loved working with pipe because of its rugged versatility,” said Alexander Herrin, a designer and co-founder of Lost Foundries. “The ability to customize creative pieces for our client's spaces becomes almost endless due to the nature of the materials we work with.”
Each fixture is meticulously hand crafted. All the materials used have been carefully curated to complement the pipe and only high quality components were chosen. By using pipe flanges as mounts for their fixtures, the industrial appeal of the design is continued throughout.
Their product line at launch includes Humphry, the original inspiration which features five lamp sockets. Thomson, an adjustable length chandelier, uses an innovative design which allows the cord to be wrapped around the black iron pipe. Wilbur, an industrial sconce that is smaller version of Thomson, is well suited for a bathroom or hallway. The cross chandelier, Gramme, rounds out the initial black pipe offerings.
The recent reemergence of brass into modern design inspired the incorporation of brass pipe into the product line. Swan was developed to add a feminine element to a more traditionally masculine design piece, creating a new level of appeal.
Designers seeking distinctive high end home furnishings or innovative large scale bar and restaurant lighting installations, will find an array of products that can be customized for their spaces.
For more information, please visit Lost Foundries at http://www.lostfoundries.com, or contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Lost Foundries, LLC.
Founded in 2014, Lost Foundries, LLC. began as a personal home project to create an industrial lighting piece that would warm a space and become a much discussed center piece of their room. With a strong desire to continue creating inspiring lighting fixtures and installations, a line of chandeliers was launched. Inspired by early machine age design, Lost Foundries utilizes raw pipe, cloth cord and beautiful lamp sockets to create handcrafted industrial style lights.
Office Phone: 305-859-1920