D'ac Lighting

March 2004
Contract;Mar2004, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p22
Trade Publication
Designed by designer Peter Wooding, Diva from d' ac Lighting is a small-scale direct/indirect pendant luminaire that offers focused downlighting in a contemporary design. Characterized by a bell-shape housing and flared top cap, Diva pendants are illuminated by one 50-watt, bi-pin halogen lamp.


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