LUMINAIRES DECORATIVE AND PENDANTS
Vibia Algorithm Made from configurations of light globes suspended at different heights and anchored to the ceiling via a floating tubular steel structure, Algorithm has been described as an elegant visual composition of the luminaire. The system’s individual orbs are manufactured from blown glass with a striated concentric pattern that creates a translucent and constantly changing lighting effect. Visit www.vibia.com or Circle 264. Judges’ Comments: “Very delicate and interesting product that allows for multiple shapes and curves.”
Eureka Lighting Sail Made from a single piece of folded metal to achieve its unique, sail-looking shape, Sail’s ultra-thin OLED light source appears to be weightless, but is actually suspended from the ceiling with steel aircraft cables. It is available in white or black fine-textured powered coated finish. Visit www.eurekalighting.com or Circle 263.
220W Atria Series 10-in. Cylinder Downlight
With an output of up to 25,000 lm, the 220W Atria 10-in. cylinder downlight is especially suited for mounting heights of 25 to 75 ft., offering a streamlined profile that fits easily into both new and retrofit applications. Replacing 400W to 500W metal halide fixtures, this luminaire incorporates an optical design that reduces glare and offers a 35-degree cut-off angle. Visit www.meteor-lighting.com or Circle 262. Judges’ Comments: “Good efficacy, CRI and CCT options.”
In four sizes and with a broad array of optics, color choices, accessories and control options, the architectural Cylinder family of point-source projectors can be customized to fit a range of applications. Plus, a spring-loaded mechanism allows for in-thefield swapping of optics and accessories, as requirements shift over time. Visit www.lumenpulse.com or Circle 261. Judges’ Comments: “Really clean physical design and excellent options top it off with great life and efficacy.”
Judges’ Comments: “Here’s not only an OLED fixture, here’s one that looks spectacular.”
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Chronicling the Advancement of LED and Solid-State Lighting in the Built Environment.