Longhouse x Windy Chien Handmade Lighting Collection

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In 2016, Napa-based Longhouse partnered with San Francisco artisan Windy Chien to design a bespoke chandelier for a Napa Valley project. The contemporary yet relaxed aesthetic of Windy's classic Helix rope knots was the perfect match to the designs of Longhouse.

What started out as a collaboration on one project, blossomed into a friendship and a new collection of co-branded light fixtures available to the trade.  The elevated additions of hardwired canopy, turned wood, studio-blown glass, and the subtle yet complex knots are a perfect architectural complement. The chandeliers and pendants are a nod to the soft vivid landscapes of the California coast.

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The collaboration between Longhouse and Windy Chien captures the spirit of innovative design and embodies their values of community and craftsmanship.


Grey Lux is proud to represent Longhouse in Northern California.
Please reach out to discuss how we can create a bespoke pendant for your project.

Longhouse    is a contemporary design studio embodying community, quality, and craftsmanship to create exceptional lighting products. With a focus on lighting, they work with a community of highly skilled craftspeople, making all of their parts and studio-blown glass in the USA.

Longhouse is a contemporary design studio embodying community, quality, and craftsmanship to create exceptional lighting products. With a focus on lighting, they work with a community of highly skilled craftspeople, making all of their parts and studio-blown glass in the USA.

Windy Chien    makes art that activates space, elevates the vernacular, and investigates the line. She is best known for her 2016 work,         The Year Of Knots    , in which she learned a new knot every day for a year. Her work ranges in size from a knot that can fit in the palm of a child's hand to majestic, room-sized installations that are sought after by private collectors.

Windy Chien makes art that activates space, elevates the vernacular, and investigates the line. She is best known for her 2016 work, The Year Of Knots, in which she learned a new knot every day for a year. Her work ranges in size from a knot that can fit in the palm of a child's hand to majestic, room-sized installations that are sought after by private collectors.

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