Daylight craving: Lighting Trend
As LED technology becomes increasingly sophisticated, architects and designers are now able to specify LED lighting that radiates a soft warm glow rather than a cold blue glare. Windowless rooms can be filled with panels of even, consistent light that provide an ambient alternative to the harsh glare of ugly fluorescent strip lighting. These new lighting products allow us to simulate the comfort of sunshine in the dead of winter.
Daylight Series by Philippe Malouin: Philippe Malouin's Daylight Series of modern wall sconces were designed to resemble light shining through plantation shutters, much like a window on your wall. Each individual slat is lined with LEDs that replicate the color temperature of daylight. www.philippemalouin.com
SkyCeilings by Sky Factory: Sky Factory's Luminous SkyCeilings function as virtual skylights. The design consists of translucent image panels that are back lit with a choice of our energy efficient LED or fluorescent "daylight-balanced" lighting systems. The panels depict realistic illusory skies that give a sense of openness into otherwise confined environments. www.skyfactory.com
Direct Lit LED Flat Panel Performance Series by MaxLite: An LED Flat Panel Performance Series that produces an even, consistent shadowless light. The fully dimmable fixtures are constructed with translucent white lenses and high-rank, narrowly binned LEDs for crisp color rendering and uniformity. www.maxlite.com
Fino by Amerlux: FINO is an LED light that's designed to look as if it's part of the architecture; like a narrow opening in the wall that allows sunlight to flood inside. The small-scale, ultra-shallow asymmetric LED luminaire can be wall or ceiling mounted for optimal indirect lighting. www.amerlux.com
The Luminatrix Backlighting system by Duo-Gard Industries: A lighting system by Duo-Gard Industries that provides designers with LED panels and tiles to create luminous free standing, architectural elements such as walls, and ceilings with clear even light. The Luminatrix Backlighting system tiles and panels can be recessed into walls, ceilings and other architectural surfaces, or be surfaced or pendant mounted. www.duo-gard.com
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