The 2017 calendar cycle saw a number of innovative interior products—complex, contemporary designs like Network, multidimensional iron centerpieces like Impression and adjustable rise and fall selections like Alchemy. However, among these, Berlin stands out for its clever geometric appeal and undeniable functionality.



Berlin synthesizes modern contouring and industrial detailing into a pendant with commanding simplicity. An impressive piece of clear, blown glass encases its internal metalwork: a cone-shaped iron mesh screen that encloses an LED light source within a globe diffuser. The light operates with universal dimming switches. Made of handworked iron and finished in gun metal, the Berlin pendant is offered in three sizes.

More than a versatile and intriguing indoor pendant, Berlin has recently acquired accolades from architectural readers and interior design judges at Interiors + Sources and Architectural Record.

Interiors + Sources: Reader’s Choice Finalist

For more than 30 years, Interiors + Sources has served as a go-to publication for designers, firms and organizations in the interior design profession. With a focus on product specifications, workplace trends, business management, technology and industry news, Interiors + Sources makes a mark through curated copy and captivating features.

Each year, the magazine and online platform runs a Reader’s Choice competition. In this, Interiors + Sources presents dozens of high-end products across a series of categories, allowing readers to select their top picks. This year, thousands of readers chimed in to applaud Troy Lighting’s Berlin pendant, recognizing it for its engaging design and modern capabilities.

Architectural Record: Product of the Year Finalist

For more than 125 years, Architectural Record has functioned as a long-running publication for architects and related professionals involved in architectural services. Architectural Record provides design ideas and trends, news, business and professional strategies, explorations of key issues, computer-aided practice, healthcare architecture, product information and building technology.

An expert panel of architecture and interior design enthusiasts selects each year’s Product of the Year finalist, and this year they favored Troy Lighting’s Berlin. Captivated by its LED capabilities, frosted globe diffuser and overall design, Berlin earned a top spot in the Lighting category.

See more of the Berlin collection here.