Sorenthia Grand Chandelier Makes a Stunning Statement

May 15, 2018

The adjustable fixture provides endless combinations and a distinctive aesthetic.

The Sorenthia Grand Chandelier designed by Asher Rodriquez-Dunn of the Rhode Island-based company Studio Dunn is as distinctive as it is dynamic. Inspired by shimmering branches of sea kelp, the statement piece uses a combination of custom cast, machined, and spun metal pieces to create the elegant arms, which can be adjusted to the user’s liking.

Studio Dunn partners with local artisans, manufacturers, and suppliers to responsibly source its production methods and respect natural resources. Each Dunn creation, including the Sorenthia Grand Chandelier, is handcrafted upon order in the Rhode Island studio and is a contemporary interpretation of a mid-century modern aesthetic. Keep scrolling to learn how it breaks down.

Project credit: Studio LIFE.STYLE.
Photo credit: Diana Relth

6 arms

12 LED bulbs

8 to 10 weeks to manufacture

5 finishes

including Brushed Brass, Brushed Nickel, Oil Rubbed Brass, Country Cream (powder coat), and Black Poppy (powder coat)
10 people needed to create

7’ to 9’3” length options

31 fixtures built today

$6,822 list price

90 percent of the manufacturing done in Rhode Island

See even more of the Sorenthia Lighting Element.

About the Author

Adrian Schley | Associate Editor

Adrian Schley is an Associate Editor for i+s, where she has been covering the commercial interior design industry since 2018. Her work can also be found in BUILDINGS and Meetings Today. 

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