Museum of the City of New York

Project Architect/Design
Cooper Joseph Studio
Lighting Design
Studio 1Thousand
Dimensions
24ft. x 14ft. x 3ft.

Designed by the talented architecture firm of Cooper|Joseph Studio, This chandelier hangs down 24ft. from the ceiling of the grand rotunda at MCNY. lighting design by Studio 1Thousand, built with love and grace by Rush Design.

Winner: Award of Merit from the IALD Awards, 2014
Winner: Juror's choice of the CoD+A Awards, 2013
Built from approximately 11,000 Discreet LEDs, the piece's only structure are the 219 suspensions which hold the individual double sided pixels in rigid 5.750" spacing. The actual lighting space is 14ft. in vertical diameter, and 3ft. deep. Please visit the Museum and enjoy the couch which sits below the piece.

University of Chicago

Architecture
Tod Williams & Billie Tsien
Lighting Design
Richard Renfro & Studio 1Thousand
Dimensions
70ft.
Certification
UL

The Tulees are a large scale installation for the auditorium in the new David and Reva Logan Arts Center, at the University of Chicago. This fixture is a collaboration between the architects, Tod Williams and Billie Tsien, the lighting designer, Richard Renfro, and Studio 1Thousand.
The Tulees are two 70 foot sconces, custom made out of 1600 individually replaceable stems. This system is fully DMX dimmable, UL certified, and illuminates the whole auditorium with 400 watts of power.

Southampton Residence: Starlight

Strands
64
Px/Strand
11
Overall volume
100 cubic ft.

During the summer of 2015, S1k installed a new version of Starlight in a private residence in Southampton NY, on Long Island. This commission was the result of a direct interaction with the original Starlight. Having seen this installation at MCNY, they asked Studio Joseph if it would be possible to install an appropriate version in their summer home. We are proud of the result, and excited to share it with everyone. This light is comprised of 704 pixels, on an 8x8 footprint. This is a retrofit Installation into a double height entry atrium, the piece is shoehorned in, between the balustrade and the stairs, making a very intimate experience.

Wall Panels

The wall panels are made as proof of concept for alternative wall coverings. These production prototypes show examples of using LEDS to create diffuse light across much larger spaces. Use these to activate walls. Make other walls jealous.