Discover the high-impact, small-budget effects of color and transitions in an interactive, learn/play event. Designers and architects will explore new products for a huge array of applications, experimenting hands-on and creating dramatic lighting effects on the spot.
Join us for hands-on demos of the latest technologies and newest product releases from ORA’s family of local manufacturer-partners. Let us also introduce you to NY Ceiling—our latest partner at the Refinery Hotel, 63 W 38th Street! Food and libations will be served.
Minimis is a recognized pioneer in design and manufacturing of micro-minuscule architectural and landscape luminaires the size of a postage stamp. Virtually bomb-proof and shatterproof, leveraging the advantages of titanium and acrylic, these tiny luminaires are ideal for walkways, stairways, landscaping, and more. More »
This July, in celebration of the birth of our nation, we would like to raise awareness for the economic and community impact of American-made manufacturers by highlighting our partners who are proud to say they manufacture their products right here in our country. More »
AEC has become a market leader in street, urban, and decorative lighting. Contemporary collections of indoor and outdoor lighting are outstanding examples of design excellence combined with cutting edge precision engineering. More »
Lightheaded provides a variety of specification-grade LED lighting for the hospitality, retail, corporate, and commercial architectural markets. Energy efficient lighting includes a full range of dimming and digital intelligence options. More »
Lighting for Health and Energy Savings in Schools and Hospitals
The Lighting Research Center (LRC) at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has published new guidance documents for designing circadian-effective lighting in K-12 classrooms and hospital patient rooms while avoiding increased energy use.
The primary aim of the publications is to offer guidance for achieving effective, healthy lighting solutions in both applications while limiting increased energy use to the greatest extent possible. ACCESS DOCUMENTS HERE