Jim Zivic
Coal and Glass Light Fixture
Cylinder Light Pendant
Havana Lamp
Havana Lamp
El Capitan

Jim Zivic

"Industrial" and "Industrious" are words that might best describe Jim Zivic's approach to furniture design. Born and raised in a small Ohio steel town, Zivic's vison was formed at an early age. Surrounded by Amish wood-workers, strip mining, dairy farms and his family's steel trucking business, the designer was inspired to create things both useful and artistic. After receiving a BFA in Painting from Ohio Wesleyan in 1983, Zivic moved to New York and embarked on a career of making art and furniture. His work showcases a range in his collection of home furnishings. In 1993, he formed Burning Relic with two partners. The studio's first piece, the Prairie Table, was a hand forged steel based table that incorporated the lid of a concert grand piano found on the street in Manhattan. During the next several years, Zivic designed core collection pieces such as the "Napoleonic" Campaign (folding) chair, harness leather floor coverings, and a variety of seating using industrial leather links. In 2000 Zivic went solo, continuing to create work collected by private and commercial clients such as Lou Reed, Yves Saint Laurent, Yohji Yamamoto. Jim Zivic joined Ralph Pucci in 2005

Coal and Glass Light Fixture

(Dimensions are approximate)
88" x 44"

Cylinder Light Pendant

(Dimensions are approximate)
9 x 18”H drop is custom

Havana Lamp

(Dimensions are approximate)
Leather chain, leather laminated tin shade and bridle leather,
tin and copper rivets
Available in four leather colors

Havana Lamp

(Dimensions are approximate)
Detail

El Capitan

(Dimensions are approximate)
Dimensions: Change depending on a sliding mechanism which allows El Capitan to change sizes
leather cord available in four colors