Innermost Brixton Wall Light
Brixton Wall was inspired by the Victorian railway and residential architecture of south London. Octagonal turrets that appear on the buildings were the starting point for the spot pendant, which has a strong engineered aesthetic.
This classic up-lighter is mounted on an aluminium wall plate, and available in both gloss white and anodised copper. The simplistic design gives a strong industrial feel.
Colours: Gloss White / Anodised Copper / Graphite
Dimensions: 30cm H x 15cm W
Projection from wall: 9.5cm or 8cm
Light source: UK/EU 220v DC integrated 6W LED CE/ETL certified, CRI 90, 375/600 Lumen 3000K, Triac / Lutron Dimmable
The Designer: James Bartlett studied at Manchester Metropolitan and joined Innermost in 2008 at the London studio and later took the position of Design Manager in Hong Kong. His design is characterised by his interest in material and process – He enjoys being in the workshop to participate in every stage of production.
Jones’s style has seen him not only bring his own designs to the collection but bring in names like Michael Young, Jarrod Lim, Corinna Warm, Stone Designs and Shin Azumi, helping to shape a collection that has breadth as well as depth. His interest in design spans all aspects of material and production and this can be seen in the varied aesthetics of the different Innermost ranges. His involvement in the process is not just a studio based one, it involves knowing production and getting into the factories to study process and consult with those that finally make the designs.
The Brand: Innermost’s rebellious approach to lighting and furniture comes from a shared anarchic pursuit of design freedom, a belief that you have to embrace the absurd in order to innovate. So innermost has innovation and a little absurdity at it’s core; working with designers from all corners of the globe to create beautifully unique products of the absolute highest quality, since 1999.