It was time spent working closely with designers, installers, and end-users that inspired Alex Nicolaides to found Scout Lighting. O’Blaney Rinker is proud to expand those relationships by representing Scout linear lighting in the New York Metro area.
The Scout LED engine is a field-cuttable, rigid tape light that corners like a champ. Ten different extruded optics throw light just how you need it. They like to say, “Custom is our standard,” so bring us your high-design ceiling materials, backlighting and vault challenges, and custom pendant ideas. As a bonus, Scout’s proprietary housings are made from 50% recycled material, and any un-used aluminum scraps are recycled for reuse.
O’Blaney Rinker Associates is excited to announce representation for CAST Lighting LLC, a dynamic manufacturer and supplier that has been an industry leader in landscape lighting for over 20 years. ORA will represent CAST’s premium, low-voltage outdoor lighting products in CAST’s home territory of North Jersey and the New York City metro area.
Rooted in a passion for beautiful landscape lighting, CAST Landscape® uses a solid-bronze, sand-casting approach that will exceed customer expectations. These products are considered best-in-class solutions for their beauty, durability, and the ability to dial-in brightness and beam spread. Despite years of being inground or out in the elements, CAST fixtures maintain their quality and are still going strong. All are engineered for easy installation and maintenance.
CAST has broadened its offering to include Source Lighting® by CAST. Source Lighting® fixtures are all brass, backed by CAST’s limited lifetime warranty. It is a complete landscape lighting line offering great quality for more budget-conscious clients. CAST Perimeter® LED Security Lighting Solutions are low-voltage, fence-mounted fixtures that integrate seamlessly with third-party security systems, at an installed cost far less than high-voltage pole lighting.
David Beausoleil, President and Founder of CAST Lighting, works closely with landscape lighting professionals and knows the many problems that plague both specifiers and installers. He has provided training for years, and we look forward to sharing his expertise and instruction with our clientele.
EiKO Global, LLC is a US owned and operated lighting manufacturer with offices in the United States, Canada, Europe, and APAC. For over 40 years, they have been fulfilling the lighting needs of commercial and industrial end-users as a leader in the retrofit and renovation markets by supplying a broad portfolio of high-quality intelligent fixtures and wireless controls, value-engineered LED fixtures and lamps, as well as a traditional lighting products.
EiKO delivers LED Fixtures and retrofit kits for indoor and outdoor applications, designed to replace conventional lighting systems. Indoor products include high bays, slim panels, troffers, strips, canopies, and downlight kits. Their outdoor products include flood, area, high bay, vapor tight, and wallpacks.
EiKO also provides retrofit and replacement solutions with LED Lamps in a variety of shapes, wattages, and color temperatures. From HID replacement, tubes, decorative, A-lamps, PARs, BRs, MRs and even miniatures, they offer LED energy-saving products for any application.
EiKO’s more traditional product lines include linear and compact fluorescents, HIDs, halogens, incandescents, and other specialty lighting solutions.
O’Blaney Rinker is pleased to represent EOS Lightmedia — an award-winning lighting and audiovisual design firm with international experience in architecture, public spaces, building facades, themed attractions, museums, presentation centers, and public art installations. Their services include design, supply, install, and programming services of lighting and media systems, including control technology.
Eos Lightmedia was contracted to supply, install and focus the majority of lighting for the museum. What would normally be a relatively straightforward task—lighting a museum—was instead a highly sensitive one: Eos needed to realize the carefully constructed vision of the design team from Fisher Marantz Stone, within the constraints of site conditions, local contractors and New York labor unions. More »
Eos Lightmedia provided a lighting control and programming system to realize the full potential of the venue’s new solid-state, high-output LED lighting technology while respecting residential neighbors. Under the lighting designer’s direction, Eos programmed light shows including signature looks for the building and shows for both the Lions and Whitecaps. To this day, Eos continues to program lighting for the facility and create unique shows for special events and celebrations. More »
Eos Lightmedia worked with Maltbie for Rockwell Group’s Luminaries public lighting program at Brookfield Place in Lower Manhattan. The installation consists of 650 translucent lanterns embedded with RGB LEDs that hang in a dynamic canopy of light up to 45 feet off the ground. Eos selected the fixtures, created the electrical data layouts, created the interactive kiosk software and hardware designs and assisted Rockwell’s programmers and Brookfield’s on site tech team with the installation. More »
With a rich technical understanding of the mechanics of light and sound, Eos Lightmedia works with architects and designers to seamlessly integrate technologies within the built environment.
Diverse artistic backgrounds in professional theatre, live entertainment, and film are used to evoke emotion, spark wonder, and guide the human experience. This unique expertise allows Eos Lightmedia to produce vivid, exciting, immersive atmospheres in physical space.
We kicked off the New Year with our 24th edition of our ORA Shorts on January 14th. Vince Salaz, Sales Director at Kelvix gave us all the information we needed to know about Antimicrobial finishes for architectural lighting products. The finishes are a great solution for additional protection. Check out the video!
On January 28th, Douglas S. Erickson, CEO of the Facility Guidelines Institute, gave us the low-down on the current and next evolutions of the Guidelines for Design and Construction of Health Care Facilities, now split into multiple editions for inpatient, outpatient, and residential facilities.
Evo-Lite Director of Sales Michael Samborn highlighted the latest trends in backlighting. Look for fresh, creative application ideas, and explore techniques to “soften” a space using backlighting. Michael shared these strategies, some of the hottest trends in educational and retail, and a perfect solution in health and wellness settings.