RBW partnered with industrial designer Jonas Damon to create Highline, an adaptable, easy-to-install system that marries the flexibility of a linear fixture with the thoughtful design of a decorative pendant.
Highline’s slim, suspended beam pairs with three distinct fixture options. Choose the sleekness of the cone pendant, the versatile dual-axis swivel of a spotlight, or the warmth of the felt shade made from 90% post-consumer fibers. Pair with a linear uplight that casts a diffuse glow.
RBW's latest easy-to-install system that marries the flexibility of a linear fixture. Available in 3 different fixture heads and uplight option.
As a track pendant designed to adapt to a wide range of projects, Highline’s fixtures can be easily swapped out and repositioned without the use of any tools. The beam itself, offered in 4- and 8-foot lengths, lends itself to endless customization. Overlap and cross beams, mount fixtures asymmetrically or suspend in long linear rows for a unique expression.
Highline elevates traditional track lighting through its thoughtfully considered details, including its graceful hanging armatures, black anodized finish and chamfered edges of its understated aluminum beam.
Meet the designer
Jonas Damon, RBW collaborator and founder of the New York City-based Office for Design, has worked with the best of the best, including Google, Malin + Goetz, and Areaware. His sense of optimism and emphasis on human engagement distinguishes his approach to design, spanning physical, digital and service platforms.
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