The three pendant lights in the main stair void of Roscommon House were specifically designed to capture and enhance the material qualities of the house. Constructed from brass and blackened steel, the materials used pick up on metals used throughout the house. The lights themselves wash light both down and up, highlighting the texture of the concrete walls and ceiling. The concrete ceiling has an impression cast in of a contoured shape rising to three high points, the centre of which locates the centres of each ring.
These pendant lights were awarded a commendation in the DIA 2017 Awards for Lighting.