RGB Pendant

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The RGB Pendant

Fredrik Mattson took the idea of “lighting as jewelry” very seriously when designing his RGB pendant with its stacked wooden balls painted in glossy shades of black, green and gold (or all black). Punctuated with a white glass globe, the fixture is like a dangling earring any space so why stop at one?


RGB Pendant
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Product Name
RGB Pendant
Zero Interior 
Cord Length
6 Feet
Light Source

E26 Spiral

1 x 26 Watt
cUL Certified

Download product specification sheet for a full list of available size and lamping options

  • Zero RGB Pendant Black Zero Interior RGB Black
  • Zero RGB Pendant Multi-Color Zero Interior RGB Multi-Color
Next Section: The Designer


Furniture designer and interior architect Fredrik Mattson studied cabinetmaking before attending the University College of Arts, Crafts and Design (Konstfack) in Stockholm. He graduated in 2002 and has catapulted to the forefront of the design scene since. Mattson is one of those designers for whom his process remains the same regardless of the assignment or the materials—at the heart of his activities is always the excitement of turning challenges into opportunities. “It’s important to keep the original sketch alive and not to allow computer programs or imperfect technologies to govern the process,” he says. “When I look back at my products, the ones that appear to be the simplest and most obvious are the ones that proved to be the greatest challenges.

It’s often these products, too, that are closest to the original sketch.” Given that his mantra is “no shortcuts,” it’s no surprise he has garnered a long list of awards, including Wallpaper UK’s Design Award, Residence magazine’s “Lamp of the Year” award, the Forsnäsprize, and numerous EDIDA and Red Dot awards. His portfolio includes a number of lighting fixtures for Zero Interior Lighting, including the PXL family of lights, the Bloom pendant, the RGB pendant and the Wood family of lights. The PXL Wall is a popular fixture in Global Lighting’s ECCO Collection, curated with architects in mind.