This minimalist pendant light design by Itai Bar-On is simply constructed from as few components of possible, including angled blocks of wood and aluminum panels. Using these materials and a variety of tapers, the Giza lighting collection branches out beyond just pendant lights with sconces and larger hanging fixtures.
The triangular shape of the lighting collection and its likeness to the pyramids is probably what gives the lighting series its name. One of the most interesting details that's included in all of the lighting designs is a small slit on the sides, between where two aluminum panels meet. Rather than being joined or patched together, this space lets a tony crack of light seep through.