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Adjustable height: 36” to 62” H
Horizontal arms: 30” L
Vertical arms: 30” L
Weight: 18 lbs.
Materials: Cast iron, steel, and brass
Year: 2012 (black) and 2014 (brass)
Made in: USA
UL Components, Hardwiring components.
Workstead is a design firm founded in 2009 by Stefanie Brechbuehler and Robert Andrew Highsmith. They were joined by Ryan Mahoney, also a graduate of the RISD Architecture program, in 2010. They focus on architectural and interior design, lighting, furniture, and exhibitions. Workstead’s aim is to design responsible works that create a sense of place for both the objects they contain and the people that experience them. Their palette is strong and rich, yet simple and efficient.
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For Furniture Items, please see our full Return & Exchange Policy.
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