Standley Wall Sconce by Rakumba
Teaming up with Rakumba, renowned furniture designer Jon Goulder has stepped into the realm of outdoor lighting with the Standley family.
Referencing iconic Australian architecture and the natural beauty of Australia’s landscapes, the new collection pays tribute to crisp lines and monumental form.
With raw finishes, natural stone materials and the creative freedom of custom colours and facades, Standley is as diverse as the landscape around it.
Grazing light across it’s feature facade, Standley Wall Sconce provides up/down lighting and is suitable for use outdoors and indoors.
IP67, LED technology, precision manufacturing.
Designed and manufactured in Australia.
Dimensions: 315mm H x 140mm W x 95mm DSHOW MORE SHOW LESS
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Rakumba is a committed group of thinkers, designers, makers, artisans and engineers devoted to the mantra “Making Beauty”.
For more than fifty years, Rakumba has been creating beautiful decorative lighting. Authenticity and heritage underly their signature aesthetic of contemporary elegance.
As Australia’s oldest international lighting brand, Rakumba collaborates with established and emerging designers, consistently sharing knowledge and delivering an award-winning collection; demonstrated at it’s best through their Typography series, an ongoing collaboration with Netherlands-based Studio Truly Truly.
Today, Rakumba’s strength is drawn from delivering ‘effortless complexity’ through combining contemporary design, artisan craft, complex manufacturing and leading edge technology.
About the designer
Jon Goulder is a fourth generation furniture maker, he left his family business to study furniture design and fine woodworking at Canberra School of art under the direction of the late George Ingham.
After leaving Canberra School of Art he established his design consultancy – Jon Goulder Designer Maker. His work has featured in a number of major exhibitions and publications around the world.
Jon has won several design prizes and his work is held in permanent collections by most State and National Museums and Art Galleries including the National Gallery of Australia.
He has several international clients who work with him in different capacities including exhibitions, private commissions, one-off installation design, and design for royalty license based agreements with manufacturers.
He currently works as a Senior Designer with Snohetta Architects Australasia. Jon is a master craftsperson and a skilled designer when not working with Snohetta he is focused on developing his 1 off and limited edition collections for representation in Australia, America and Europe.