Toronto-based designer Mischa Couvrette revisited his East Coast roots when devising the Seaforth pendant light.
Named for the Nova Scotian fishing community where he lived while attending school and informed by his time spent refurbishing a sailboat, the fixture’s bentwood shape is reminiscent to the skeletal structure that supports a boat’s hull.
Made from solid oak (in natural, white or black) or walnut, the pendant’s light source is an inlaid LED that perfectly traces – and enhances – the sinuous lines. Brass, copper or stainless-steel cuffs finish off the pendant on either end, adding a delicate yet sophisticated detail.
Seaforth is offered in two sizes, allowing for the creation of dynamic groupings hung at varying lengths; or single pendants can be used for for quieter – yet no less impactful – installations.