In 1971 New York adjusted their zoning laws, allowing artists to live in their workspaces. This separated the SoHo district from its industrious past, turning the area into a residential center—however the rustic aesthetic could never be fully divorced from this region's style. Instead a new look was forged, combining the historic look of the once-prominent factories with the art studios now calling SoHo home. This original style is found in our latest line of industrial lighting: The SoHo Collection.
The Houston Street SoHo Studio Light shows off exposed galvanized metal, imbuing this industrial pendant lighting with an unprecedented style. A shallow warehouse shade hangs from a durable cable mounting, outfitted with a slack cord to complete the look. The resulting style is indicative of both the artistic and industrious styles found in SoHo.
Because it's rooted in industrial lighting, the SoHo Street Pendant Light features an unparalleled durability. The rugged, galvanized metal isn't just a stylistic choice—it also helps the Houston Street last a lifetime. Able to become a focal point in almost any space, customize our industrial pendant lights with a finish color meeting your needs. As kitchen lighting, the Houston Street catches eyes as it hangs above kitchen islands or tables in breakfast nooks. Not limited to residential settings, these fixtures impart a unique edge to commercial lighting applications. Its rugged character mirrors the style many trendy stores and restaurants desire, elevating the appeal of any space!