Pantone Debuts First Lighting Collection With e3Light

The COLL. ONE collection is color-focused and inspired by minimalist Scandinavian design.

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The new Pantone COLL ONE collection

Pantone announced last week the debut of its first lighting collection in partnership with e3Light.

The Pantone Light - COLL. ONE collection features six pieces designed with simplicity, minimalism and functionality in mind. The collection is inspired by Scandinavian design traditions and has a sophisticated, distinctive style. It will be available at and other online retailers.

“In creating the Pantone collection, we set out to bring better lighting to the customer, that was both color-focused and playful, yet simple and built on Scandinavian design elements,” said Kåre Arndt de Thurah, Art Director of e3light and Creative Director of PANTONE Light. “Staying true to e3light’s core — Environment, Economy, Energy — Pantone Light will serve the consumer and design trade community, offering unique lighting solutions for any space.”

The Deneb Pendant has a simple, sculptural shape and is supplied with a powder-coated metal ceiling rosette, an E26/E27 socket with a lacquered cover and a white socket ring.

Deneb pendant from Pantone


The sleek Castor Pendant Lamp is finished with a sanded matte coat combined with a glossy, white accent rim. It can be used as a single lamp or as a cluster.

Castor pendant from Pantone


The Capella Table Lamp brings a bright, minimalist aesthetic to tabletops.

Capella table lamp from Pantone


The Antares Floor Lamp adds bold elegance to any living room, bedroom or office.

Antares floor lamp from Pantone


The Mintaka and Sargas Lampshades have a glossy white metal rim and come in fabric or felt. The shades are available in two sizes, two finishes and multiple colors.

Mintaka lampshade from Pantone














Sargas lampshade from Pantone

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