Put this angular (triangular) pendant at the top of your list and your most discerning clients will see you as architecturally astute as you know you are. The Top Triangle pendant, designed by Tham & Videgård, comes in white- or black-painted metal and has a matte acrylic diffuser and an adjustable shade. The Top is included in our ECCO Collection of Performance-Driven Office + Retail Lighting. ECCO, an acronym for [E]nergy-efficient, [C]ompliant for [C]ommercial [O]rnamentation, is a collection of light fixtures built to enhance the architectural attributes of commercial, office or retail settings.
- Product Name
- Top Triangle Pendant
- Zero Interior
- Black or White
- Cord Length
- 6 Feet
- Light Source
T5 Circline1 x 40 Watt
E26 Spiral1 x 26 Watt
- cUL Certified
Download product specification sheet for a full list of available size and lamping options
- Zero Interior Top (long) Black
- Zero Interior Top (long) White
Sporting a list of awards far too numerous to mention, architectural firm Tham & Videgård bears the two last names of its founders, Bolle Tham and Martin Videgård, who’ve created a progressive practice focusing on architecture and design. They handle everything from large-scale urban planning projects to buildings, interiors and products. “Relevant” is an important word for the design duo, whose Top pendants Global Lighting distributes in the North American marketplace. Produced by Swedish manufacturer Zero Interior Lighting, the pendants prove the firm’s claim that their focus is on innovative thinking.
The Tham & Videgård Stockholm studio must be a vibrant environment given that the teams there tackle public, educational, exhibition and commercial buildings, and innumerable design products that will furnish them. News at the time of this writing includes a lecture at the lauded Bauhaus University in Weimar and a book signing for their Operative Elements of Architecture at the Pavillion de l’Arsenal in Paris. These are heavyweight venues, so it’s no surprise the founders or the firm also exercise their intelligence by teaching at universities in Sweden. Writing for ArchDaily, Sebastian Jordana has noted how interesting their projects are—among those featured in the article is the Kalmar Museum of Art, the result of a winning proposal in an open international competition. It’s an honor to bring products by such visionaries to the U.S. and Canada. Top is in our ECCO Collection.