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New Commune for Remains Lighting

Remains Lighting is pleased to introduce two new families to the Atelier collection with Los Angeles based Commune. The line was inspired by the works of Honsel, Lauritzen, and Weisdorf and the simplified forms found during the Functionalist design movement. Commune … Continue reading

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Introducing Haussmann for Remains Lighting

Remains Lighting is proud to introduce a new Atelier collection comprised of six fixtures designed by Robert Haussmann in the mid 1960s and now reissued under official license in collaboration with Remains Lighting. The Swiss design team of Robert Haussmann, … Continue reading

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Introducing Plume | Tony Duquette by Remains Lighting

Introducing a new family to the Tony Duquette by Remains Lighting Atelier collection. The Plume Family calls to mind the Rue de la Faisanderie in the 16th arrondissement of Paris, where a pheasant house once stood on the grounds of the … Continue reading

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The Art of Engineering & Craft of Metal and Glass Work

All of the lighting fixtures created at Remains begins as an idea– a sketch of the desired product.  The idea is edited and modified until it is ready to move into production. Remains Lighting president, David Calligeros, has nearly 20 … Continue reading

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Remains Lighting’s Green Thumb

Late spring is in full bloom in Brooklyn and the Remains Lighting garden is soon to follow. Last week, the employees of Remains took a small break from handcrafted lighting to focus on homegrown vegetables. In anticipation of summer barbecues, we … Continue reading

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Chas. J. Weinstein and The Loew’s Kings Theater in Brooklyn

I got a call from a friend of mine who’s bidding on the restoration of one of the massive old movie palaces in New York City. The Loew’s Kings Theater opened in Brooklyn in 1929 with marble, crystal, velvet, and … Continue reading

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Factory Visit from the Balvenie Rare Craft Roadshow

Andrew Weir, ambassador of “The Balvenie” came to visit the Remains factory in Brooklyn. They are touring the country in a hand-built Morgan Plus 8 to find and “celebrate rare craftsmanship” wherever they find it still thriving. You can see … Continue reading

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Spectacular Autumn Sunrise

I pulled into work a little before 7am the other day under an incredible luminous sky. So I grabbed the camera and bounded up to the roof to see what the skyline looked like and… was it impressive. When I … Continue reading

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