La Luna Loves Lunetta by AmerluxJanuary 13, 2017
The above sentiment comes courtesy of EdisonReport’s Randy Reid, who lauded Lunetta upon its recent LightTrades Award accolade: “Lunetta is a seamless, glare-free, funnel-shaped luminaire, which uses a curvilinear three-dimensional form to create a shielding mechanism, resulting in a beautiful lamppost with low-glare, soft, Lambertian illumination.”
Just like the moon, Lunetta is indeed lovely to look at. Departing from the usual aesthetic of outdoor lighting posts, Lunetta has a seamless and streamlined appearance, resembling the most comely of smaller-scale indoor luminaires.
Lunetta’s form and function are one and the same. The luminaire emits light in an even glow from tip to top. The secret is Lunetta’s hidden, recessed, downward-faced LEDs—sending light down the pole in a gentle gradation that creates a sublimely gorgeous glow.
Lunetta is available in a wide-range of mounting heights—from 16 to 24 feet—and variously sized top caps. See Amerlux for more information.
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