The Ziggy pendant is a new addition to ISM’s range of outstanding lighting designs for domestic and commercial environments.
August 5th, 2015
Designed by Rina Bernabei and Kelly Freeman, the Ziggy addition is made from perforated aluminum and inspired by the concept of a deconstructed zigzag, which also references traditional herringbone and embroidery textiles. The design wraps around the shade, creating overlays that give a striking sense of movement.
The Ziggy pendant is available in two sizes (Tall Ø350 x H500mm and Squat Ø580 x H300mm, and in a clever two-colour combination. The exterior comes in a choice of matt white, matt black or satin grey and the inside component creates a striking contrast of bright blue, bright green, matt black or satin copper finish.
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