Location: South Dakota
Contractor: Arnold Constuction, Inc.
Designer: GEM Interior Design
Description: These fixtures were specifically developed for a private hunting lodge in South Dakota. Each element was closely coordinated with the owners and interior designer to produce truly unique results.
This fixture features four distinct sections of scenery, each representing the personalities of each family member.
The light is suspended by four rods. Each rod was designed to resemble an arrow, with an arrow head a the bottom and the feather at the top.
Genuine bison leather is wrapped around the large tipi frame in the center of the light, and is laced vertically at the front while providing an opening for the tenants.
Sconces were designed to resemble Native American papoose boards, used by women to carry infants and young children.
Each sconce is wrapped in genuine bison leather, matching the leather in the chandelier.
Authentic arrowheads, hand carved by local Native American artists, are sewn around perimeter at top portion of each light.