Robert Sonneman

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Robert Sonneman

Robert Sonneman got his start in lighting when in 1961 he became the sole employee at a George Kovacs store on the Upper East Side. Inspired by Kovac’s modernist style and fascinated by principles of movement, weight, and balance, Sonneman decided to create his own profound line of lighting. Indeed, Robert Sonneman pieces are caught in the balance between function and art—finishes are flashy, but symmetry abounds as well. It’s his irreproachable use of dichotomy that makes Sonneman’s mantra enticingly clear: simplicity makes for the ultimate sophistication.

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