Lighting design

Buster + Punch’s Forked sends sparks flying in Milan

During Milan Design Week 2022, London’s home fashion label Buster + Punch tapped Milanese custom motorcycle masters, Deus Ex Machina, as the setting for the launch of Forked, its new modular lighting range.

A homage to its experience of working with solid metals, Forked combines numerous techniques from B+P’s roster including diamond-cut knurling, hand-spun metals and its newest look, Cast.

The range explores new sizes and scales for Buster + Punch, slotting into its existing lighting range to bring even more styling flexibility. 

Forked lighting collection by Buster + Punch
© Buster + Punch / Forked lighting collection

Forked is available in a ceiling or pendant version, each of which can be used with a hand-spun metal shade, a handblown opal or smoked glass globe, or both at the same time.

Customers can specify medium or large sizes in steel, burnt steel, brass or gun metal finishes. 

© Buster + Punch / Forked lighting collection

Against the vibrant atmosphere of Deus and the sounds of metal being worked into its striking custom motorcycles, Forked popped with energy and, for a short time, took B+P back to where it all began.

In a garage in East London, making its own custom motorcycles for the city’s notorious characters.  


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