For ADesignStudio, the Greenway Crackle is a natural extension of the Greenway and Eon collections. The resulting design draws on Greenway’s system of lighting components referencing Australia’s historic maritime architecture and infuses it with prolific lighting designer, Richard Kelly’s three principles for lighting.
Greenway Crackle’s glass components are handblown into five shapes like the “lantern room” of the Macquarie lighthouse, just as in the original Greenway Collection. The system has been reappointed in ADesignStudio’s custom handblown crackle glass finish which was originally developed for the Eon Sans Collection.
In using the new finish, Greenway Crackle also becomes the embodiment of Richard Kelly’s three principles for ideal lighting conditions, just like the original Eon Collection. First, the metal piece which contains the light source as the “focal glow”. Second, the series of glazed nautical forms as a diffuser to create “ambient luminescence”. Third, the crackle finish adds a “play of brilliance”.
Through a process of evolution, the Greenway Crackle is a distinct new range of lighting.
The Greenway Crackle lighting system can be reconfigured into endless profiles. The collection is currently available in five configurations including the S1 which is a distinctively reduced aesthetic. The light source is a concealed warm LED with dimmable control options.