Visa Lighting’s new form for architectural pendants

Following the success of its original Sequence line, US manufacturer Visa Lighting has launched a new form for architectural pendants – Sequence Square.

In 2009, Visa Lighting introduced the Sequence family: long, luminous pendants in varying lengths, widths, and source types, all with cylindrical diffusers. This style has become ubiquitous in lighting designs because it highlights the surrounding architecture and allows designers the opportunity to be creative with the pure, uniform simplicity from each individual pendant. Sequence became the most specified (and the most imitated) luminaire in Visa Lighting’s collection.

The cylindrical body style remains essential, but specifiers often request straight lines and flat planes without bulky frames or shadowy corners. Visa Lighting’s product engineers have now solved that design challenge with the new Sequence Square family.

From an aesthetic perspective, the flat planes of Sequence Square allow designers to further accentuate vertical lines in the interior architecture. Mounted in clusters of various model lengths and widths, these pendants evoke an eye-catching crystalline structure.

Most importantly, the acrylic body is fully luminous, which means illumination doesn’t diminish at the corners or ends.

Available in multiple lengths and two widths, each Sequence Square pendant is available with an optional downlight in three different optics. They come with standard white sources in 30K, 35K, or 40K colour temperatures, or DMX-compatible color-changing RGB LEDs for colourful installations.

More information here.

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