Queue is a linear LED pendant system with limitless potential, designed for flexible installation and an inviting presence. These 44-inch, 2300-lumen modular bars of light connect via linear sliding joints and hang from stainless steel wire loops, allowing for custom compositions tailored to the needs of the space. Units can be oriented either upwards or downwards in order to cast respective soft or direct lighting. Originally conceived as an answer to the monotony of workplace systems, Queue exudes a welcoming light and rich beauty in the subtle, rounded facets of its surface. Ultimately, the finished product goes as well in a bar or dining room as it does in the office.
Browse our versatile linear solution of sconces and pendants. Mix & match with 2 lengths, 3 finishes, and direct/indirect options.
Originally conceived as an answer to the monotony of workplace lighting, Queue’s welcoming personality also works well in hospitality and residential settings. Its warmth comes through the rounded contours of its reeded surfaces, as well as its robust, even lighting. As a linear system, Queue easily combines individual fixtures into longer rows, thanks to simple steel loops and sliding joints.
This year, we invited Hancocks to launch RBW’s visual artist residency, a new series of artist and designer collaborations aimed at creating unique visual experiences. As our first resident, Hancocks designed three immersive and stunningly detailed fictional environments—two workspaces and one resort—for RBW XR, our 360-degree, extended reality platform for viewing our products in situ. Here, Hancocks walks us through his subconscious approach to design, and describes the perks of cross-disciplinary collaboration.
Each year, Inc Magazine compiles a list of 5000 of the fastest growing private-companies in America. We are honored to be included in this year's list as the highest-ranking New York manufacturer at #1815!
In this interview series, Shop Talk, we chat with friends and collaborators of Rich Brilliant Willing on the ideas, discoveries, and inspirations that drive their design process.