Pendants by Gabriel Scott seen at Tribeca House - 53 Park Place, New York - Harlow Pendants
Pendants by Gabriel Scott seen at Tribeca House - 53 Park Place, New York - Harlow PendantsPendants by Gabriel Scott seen at Tribeca House - 53 Park Place, New York - Harlow PendantsPendants by Gabriel Scott seen at Tribeca House - 53 Park Place, New York - Harlow Pendants
Toronto-based duo Gabriel Scott designed these elegant Harlow pendant lights, used here for the entryway of the apartment building at 53 Park Place in New York with the idea of recreating Manhattan's golden age. These sculptural light-fixtures are inspired by jewelry design featuring a mold-blown glass gem in a chic metallic setting. They are available in various color ways, and held in a metallic frame referencing a prong setting, the alabaster glass makes for a beautiful diffuser of soft light, while the prong-inspired hardware adds glamour to each fixture.

Meet the Creator

"“With backgrounds in architecture, industrial design and jewelry-making, Gabriel Kakon and Scott Richler bring a multidisciplinary set of skill and style to the furniture & lighting world as GABRIEL SCOTT.
Since their first collaboration in early 2004, the Canadian brothers-in-law has designed and manufactured exclusive pieces for the trade market throughout North America.

In 2012, they launched GABRIEL SCOTT, a chic and contemporary line of furniture and lighting fixtures. Accessible to the retail and commercial market, the growing line continues to remain true to the designer's unique signature style and quality.

All GABRIEL SCOTT pieces are handmade in their Montreal Studio and are stocked-to-ship from Upstate New York.
Since 2014, the exclusive line has been available to view at their flagship showroom, located in the beautifully restored Brewster Carriage House at the corner of Broome and Mott Streets in downtown Manhattan.”"

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