Douglas Fanning’s work examines the space between two points—from history learned to the future imagined. Drawing from art, design, and architectural avenues, Fanning continually pushes the boundaries between form and physics to create clean, fluid, yet uncompromisingly daring pieces. Tapping into his fascination with interpreting architectural concepts into physical form, Fanning’s exploratory work hinges on the intersection between balance, proportion, and beauty. Rendering these ideas out of a combination of metal, glass, and stone adds a sculptural materiality to his work, which has attracted some of the most prestigious architecture and interior design firms in the country.
Pivot Sconce provides minimal blades of light that pivot on its axis. Blades are lit in front and back, casting light in all directions.
15″ Long blade / 10″ L stem / 8.5″ H x 2.5″W back plate
Blade: Gloss white, gloss black, satin silver, brushed brass
2700K (Warm white)
3500K (Cool white)