CASCADIA

The distinctive glow of Cascadia’s artisanal, hand-created glass tubing and modular pendant system of infinite permutations presents an aesthetic of timelessness and simplicity – an iconic trait of Matthew McCormick design.

A homage to nature and its effortless beauty, Cascadia takes its name from British Columbia’s white-capped, Cascade mountain range and organic flow of waterways that carve down the province’s majestic west coast. An expansion of the technique McCormick used to create his popular Dawn chandelier, Cascadia has been re-imagined through the use of its custom-made LED tubing and the beautiful, opaline glow it emits. 

Cascadia c13, brushed brass

Cascadia c13, brushed brass

 

Distinguished by its slender shape and soft gradation of light, Cascadia pendants are articulated and finished by their hand-polished metal fitting.

The glow of the pendant is achieved through an opaline LED hue, balanced by the more industrial feel of its metallic accents. Whether hanging alone as a delicate fixture over a bedside table, undulating over a dining table or cascading down a grand stairwell in a showering effect, the technical precision of Cascadia cohesively translates into in a piece that is both contemporary and timeless.

 

Designer, Matthew McCormick

Designer, Matthew McCormick

 
Cascadia C3, brushed brass

Cascadia C3, brushed brass

 
Glass Diffuser: The process behind Cascadia’s artisanal LED bulb

Glass Diffuser: The process behind Cascadia’s artisanal LED bulb

Cascadia at Spazio Rossana Orlandi, presented during Milan Design Week 2019

Cascadia at Spazio Rossana Orlandi, presented during Milan Design Week 2019