Barro Negro Lights

Lighting by Collectivo 1050° seen at Cala, San Francisco - Barro Negro Lights
Lighting by Collectivo 1050° seen at Cala, San Francisco - Barro Negro LightsLighting by Collectivo 1050° seen at Cala, San Francisco - Barro Negro LightsLighting by Collectivo 1050° seen at Cala, San Francisco - Barro Negro Lights
The former garage housing Cala was built in 1919, and enjoys vaulted ceilings, skylights and clerestory windows. Simple furnishings, cement walls, and these custom-made Oaxacan barro negro clay pendant lights by Mexico's Colectivo 1050˚ create a cool, laid-back vibe.

Meet the Creator

"Collectivo 1050° are a group of Mexican artists, artisans and designers who celebrate the humble beauty of Oaxaca pottery. They make and sell fine utilitarian pottery, designed through collaborative processes, and equally inspired by tradition and change. Their products are non-petroleum based, lead-free, free of exploitation, and realized out of conscious, human and sustainable design.

They turn mud into beauty. "

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