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Pyrite Table Lamp 1, 2024

Peruvian pyrite, blood of my enemies, 3D filament, 2300k LED filament, brass tube, wire 10 x 10 x 19 inches



From the Maker:

A red ring of light floats above a large pyrite specimen. The LED filament is hand sculpted using brass tube, which also conducts electricity. The artist's father and brother helped design and fabricate the 3D printed shade and brass hub. The piece is a distillation of a lamp to its most elemental forms, making use of raw materials, both natural and manufactured.


Jake Coan (b. 1991, Ghent, NY) grew up in the Hudson Valley, the son of an architect and a potter. After graduating from Bard College with a BA in Studio Art, he designed arts and engineering curriculum for children at Brooklyn Robot Foundry for many years. He currently works full time designing art and lighting fixtures in his studio in Housatonic, MA. Coan's influences include fashion designer Issey Miyake, sculptor Isamu Noguchi, and lamp designer Ingo Maurer, and most importantly; plants, rocks, and light. His lamps can be found in homes around the world and have been featured in publications such as Domino Magazine and New York Magazine.


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Jake Coan Design, Pyrite Table Lamp 1

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