The designer Peter Bristol is not only the head of industrial design at Oculus, but he’s also a seasoned furniture and lighting designer. He recently added three new objects to his portfolio with his recognizable signature – functional items that are inherently recognizable. An amazing decoration idea for this year’s new home decor.
The Juniper THIN Chandelier is a intriguing, spider-like piece that has 12 adjustable arms. Whether the user desires something more geometric or something more arachnid-like, the chandelier can take on multiple facades.
Juniper THIN LED Sconce is as its name suggests. Long, thin, simple, and minimal, it is a dimmable sconce that adds elegance to any room.
The THIN Chandelier’s 12 articulating arms are infinitely adjustable allowing it to take on many different personalities. From simple geometric arrangements to arachnid-like poses, the fixture can be arranged to fit almost any space and portray almost any mood. The unique flexibility of the THIN Chandelier design allows it to not only fit a space, but evolve with a space.
Square meet circle. The Square Leg Round Table is a table of contradictions, where a thin round top made of powder-coated steel is balanced by a heavy square base of solid wood.
About the designer: Working to create ideas that should exist and bring them to life in the right way. This is the portfolio site of product designer Peter Bristol. His work blends form with function in uniquely appropriate ways making products that are inherently recognizable. Peter is currently head of industrial design at Oculus. He was previously creative director of renowned Seattle-based product development consultancy Carbon Design Group. Parallel to his work at Oculus, Peter partners with design focused companies to develop furniture, lighting and other goods.
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