Pendant fixture

Pendant fixture

A fixture that hangs from the ceiling, alone or in a series. It can provide both primary and background lighting. Some have a globe that provides diffused light, while others shine directly on a work surface, using incandescent or compact fluorescent lamps. The fixture itself may throw light upward, downward, or dispersed through a globe.
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A unique pendant fixture is a glamorous touch if you have the ceiling height.
The same four Lumalier model CM-218 corner fixtures plus one Lumalier model PM-418 pendant fixture (Commercial Lighting Design, Memphis, TN), a horizontally omni-directional fixture containing four 18-W folded compact lamps, hung from the geometric center of the ceiling with its bottom surface at a height of 82.
The library's 900-watt, energy-inefficient metal-halide lighting was replaced in each pendant fixture by a 95-watt LED cluster product.
Corbett Lighting has the Fathom LED pendant fixture formed of dozens of crystal circles held together with white metal and stainless steel, evoking a stunning bubble full of bubbles.
The homeowner worked with Light Up Your Life to customize the room's glass ball pendant fixture.
In addition, Rambus unveiled a hanging pendant fixture created in partnership with renowned lighting designer, Darrell Hawthorne of Architecture & Light, a leading firm of architects and lighting designers located in San Francisco, CA.
Designed in 2009 by Alessandro Piva, the Manhattan pendant fixture has chrome-plated steel cornices suspended in space, providing frames for bubbles of multicolored blown glass that seemingly float in the air.
The Gubi Semi Pendant fixture with its distinctive flared silhouette, introduced in 1968, appears in two sizes at The Exchange.
The largest private office has products from three manufacturers: 2 ft by 2 ft luminaires (Axis); tunable downlights (Juno); and a cluster-head decorative pendant fixture (Bruck).
Vertex is a high performance indirect/direct, pendant fixture sized for T8 lamps.
Oyeda uses Lego blocks to make the molds for his tables; his pendant fixtures start with plastic bottles.