Palm Row Lamp
Palm Row Lamp by Winston Cuevas
Marble Concrete, Powder Coated Steel, Brass, Frosted Glass, Patinated Brass Palm Fronds
80 in. x 24 in. x 8 in.
Fake plants are particularly fascinating because they are, at their core, half-truths —natural imitations; lies sculpted to look like living things. When one strays away from the inherited forms of what already exists, however, new possibilities and potentialities emerge. Cuevas’ Palm Row, part floor lamp and part palm tree reimagined as an antennae-like, architectural array, is one example of what could be. It is a light object, a symmetric interplay of palm fronds and fifty emissive elements wrought from steel, brass, white concrete and frosted glass - Andrew Lenoir
Fronds and Concrete can be customized. Please contact us for full customization information.
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Winston Cuevas is an American multidisciplinary designer creating work at the nexus of radicalism and refinement. Concerned with advancing design at the intersection of high
concept and high craft, he also explores its rhetorical, poetic, and emotional potential and seeks to blur the delineation of the fine art and collectible design worlds.