Bec Brittain is a New York based lighting and product designer driven by a love of luxurious materials, intuitive forms and forward-thinking technology.
After studying product design (Parsons), philosophy (NYU), and architecture (The Architectural Association), Brittain began her career designing and producing bespoke door hardware. Handcrafting hardware allowed her to unify her diverse interests and discover a love of metalworking. She continued to hone her craft while acting as Design Director for the renowned Lindsey Adelman Studio from 2008 through 2011. In 2011, Brittain opened her own studio in Brooklyn, where she developed her signature product, the critically acclaimed SHY Light.
Source: Bec Brittain for Roll & Hill
Bec Brittain's Maxhedron is a study in material transformation through light and reflection. When off, the partly translucent Maxhedron reflects and blends with its environment; when on, the dazzling inner constellation of bulbs projects bands of light onto nearby surfaces.
L 13" x W 11" x H 24"
Brass, two-way mirror and steel with blackened steel, oil-rubbed bronze, polished nickel or brushed brass finish.
8 x 20 Watt G4 halogen, G4 socket, 160 Watts, 2400 Lumens, 50,000 life hours, Triac or ELV dimming.