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Commune and Remains Lightining New Lightining Collection

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“Remains Lighting represents all that we stand for—American craftsmanship, environmental consciousness, and embracing diverse styles,” says Roman Alonso, a founder of the Los Angeles design firm Commune, which worked with Remains on a line of lamps, sconces, and ceiling fixtures.

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Reflecting Commune’s sophisticated eclecticism, the collection takes cues from the Vienna Secession as well as French and Milanese modernist design. “We like to mix and mash historical references—it’s a California thing,” says Steven Johanknecht, another Commune partner.

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Handcrafted in Remains’ LEED-certified Brooklyn factory, the ten pieces come in polished-brass, nickel, or waxed-bronze finishes, and most are available with optional detailing based on Commune’s signature Slash pattern. “The finishes aren’t lacquered,” says Alonso. “We welcome a natural patina.”

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