Astro Mobile Light No. 1 ID: AML-01-BLK-24IN
Astro Mobile Light No. 1 0 Chandeliers & Pendants Andrew Neyer

Astro Mobile Light No. 1

By Andrew Neyer

Astro Mobile Light No. 1

By Andrew Neyer

$2,750.00 - $3,750.00

24 inch Down Rod

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SPEC #: ANA619915 | ID: AML-01-BLK-24IN

Astro Mobile Light No. 1

SPEC #: ANA619915


The Astro Mobile Light reaches past this atmosphere to draw cosmic inspiration, featuring various tiers bearing planet-like forms and luminous orbs that can be rotated to provide various orbit patterns. May be combined with multiple fixtures to produce galactic constellations or individually for a solitary solar system. Available finished in Black or White. One 10 watt, 120 volt A-type medium base LED plus one 40 watt, 120 volt G16.5 base candelabra incandescent lamp included. Choice of 12, 18, 24, 30, or 36 inch down rod. UL listed. Made in Ohio.

Available Options

Finish: Black, White

Color: White


  • UL


  • Made in the USA

    Made in the USA

  • Smart Home Compatible

    Smart Home Compatible

  • Specification Sheet / Technical Files

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    Stuff by Andrew Neyer is a brand dedicated to reimaging ordinary things. Located just north of Cincinnati, Ohio, Stuff balances designing and prototyping products. Daring exploration in the studio leads to breathtaking designs like the Yoyo Pendant, the Crane Wall Light, the Mobile Collection and other unique merchandise. Stuff studio works with architects and interior designers to enliven restaurants, offices and hotels around the world. Some of Stuff's most notable works include, Red Papers for Ogilvy & Mather, the Mantis Light for CB2 and a light installation at Dropbox in Austin, Texas. Stuff by Andrew Neyer brings new meaning to simplicity, reinventing everyday objects to transform contemporary homes and commercial spaces.

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