Free Webinar – Wireless Lighting Controls

November 30, 2016


Curves of iLight Plexineon Add the Right Touch to a New Houston Skyscraper

November 21, 2016


Dressing Up in Houston
Curves of Plexineon Add the Right Touch to a New Skyscraper

A new 40-story residential tower in Houston’s urban core is quickly becoming a local icon. Known by its address — 2929 Weslayan — the LEED Gold-certified structure includes 254 luxury apartment homes and 12,500 square feet of retail space on the ground floor. Designed by Dallas-based RTKL Associates, it incorporates exquisite finishes and stunning architecture while providing panoramic views from spacious balconies.

Indeed, those balconies are among the building’s standout features, thanks to creative use of iLight Plexineon White 2X 4500 LED fixtures.

The result is a streamlined, modern building with forward-thinking features, including a landscaped courtyard and breezeway with a unique design element that incorporates iLight Plexineon LED fixtures.



New Symmetry by Visa Lighting

November 21, 2016


New Taper Pendants by Lumetta

November 21, 2016


The Louis Poulsen VL45 Radiohus Pendant is back!

November 14, 2016


Zumtobel CASE STUDY | Medical Technology Client

November 10, 2016



November 9, 2016



The Lash by MOLTO LUCE is an organic shaped LED surface or pendant luminaire that allows for a unique system design. High efficiency premium opal diffuser of light weight, shatter proof, thermoformed polyethylene acrylic. The Lash features chrome end caps and connectors.

Connect up to 15 units and connect 3 different ends to opposites for your endless unique creation challenging the like of Zorro or the Three Musketeers.

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Patera by Louis Poulsen Now Available in Three Sizes

November 7, 2016


Louis Poulsen Patera by designer Øivind Slaatto


The pendant is a glowing sphere built up of small diamond-shaped cells. Each cell is carefully designed to capture light and to shield the light source from the viewing angles above 45 degrees. Below 45 degrees, the fields are open to direct light downwards. A small amount of light is also sent upwards to illuminate the ceiling.

Patera 17.7” completes the Patera Family as the smallest member, adding to the 23.6” and 35.4”.