Lightheaded Lighting is a full-service architectural lighting manufacturer with a 40,000 sq.ft state-of-the-art design and production facility and a wide-ranging line of innovative lighting products. Product engineering, technology development, product design, testing, manufacturing, powder coating, and assembly are all completed in one location which enables full control of their quality of products.
Lightheaded provides a wide variety of specification-grade LED directional lighting for the hospitality, retail, corporate, and commercial architectural markets. They offer energy efficient lighting with a full range of dimming and digital intelligence options.
Following are highlights of some of their new and improved products.
Seamless design with single extrusion plus no visible mounting hardware! Suited for indoor or outdoor applications.
Lightheaded Lighting’s award-winning LED Pipe™ Cylinders are now available in a Rigid-Stem Adjustable Pendant—perfect for lighting inaccessible areas and open ceiling spaces. The cylinders are damp or wet location rated and ideal for lighting exterior entryways, patios, or pathways.
LED Pipe™ cylinders can be installed almost anywhere. Pendant version allows for 30° hang straight with cable and rigid stems. Wall mount versions are available in uplight and/or downlight.
These Cylinders can be ordered with a host of options from specialty lenses to color finishes and illuminate packages up to 5500 lumens providing architects and lighting designers with limitless lighting solutions.
The Minimalist is the smallest LED Lightheaded ever made. The downlights are under 3″ in height and can fit into the smallest of spaces.
The range of low glare, micro downlights combine miniaturized luminaries with superior performance in an incredibly small footprint. With 180 lumens per lamp and 1, 3, 5, 10, 15, 2×2, 3×3, layouts our Minimalist produces up to 2700 lumens. Available as fixed, adjustable, wall wash, trimmed and trimless the Minimalist can tilt up to 25° in either direction, providing a combined 50° arc.
Smaller apertures and discreet lighting options. Purist™ Downlights combine superior performance and low glare. The Frosted Lens option softens the light for even illumination, even in wet locations. Driven by Bridgelux Warm Dim or Phillips Static CCT, the Purist series is a go-to for affordable lighting that rivals the industry leaders.
25° vertical tilt. Up to 1500 lumens. 30° to 65° beam spreads. Up to 98 CRI. All in a 2″ aperture recessed downlight.
Axolight stands out for its creativity, technical know-how, and their highly skilled craftsmen. They have developed a collection of over 50 models—using over 12 different materials. Playful, sophisticated, and timeless, their collections are a unique embellishment for architectural projects.
Axolight’s Bell (above left) brings together an important aesthetic identity, excellent lighting performance and acoustic properties in one. Its pongé fabric, thanks to its texture, is both flame-retardant and acoustic. Its Equivalent Sound Absorbing Area up to 4.63, allows Bell to reduce the noise as far as 59%.
Virtus (above right) is a stroke of light that combines lightness and grace, generating luminous architectural projects able to personalize the space in a very original way.
Axolight’s products range from the small table lamp to the giant suspension lamp, adding an original and lively touch to any kind of space.
The Pivot (above left) leads us towards a mathematical dimension of design and lighting. The beauty of the Pivot lies in the infinite styling and lighting possibilities, all of which can be created starting from a single lighting spot. This system becomes a playful structural element in space, very suitable to define spaces, both from a lighting and architectural perspective.
The Skirt (above right) lampshade is composed of a fabric that also has sound-absorbing properties, which allow it to reduce noise by up to 53%, thanks to its Equivalent Absorption Area which reaches a maximum of 3.55.
O’Blaney Rinker is delighted to bring Axolight’s top sellers to the local specification community and look forward to contributing to stunning, high-design lighting solutions.
“O’Blaney Rinker is focused on customer service as a top priority. Satco’s commitment to our demanding client base means that we can provide an expansive catalog of highly functional and decorative lighting solutions, components, and controls. And count on quality, service, delivery, and transparent pricing,” said Caroline Rinker. “Satco also brings with them multiple, close connections with their local sales and product development personnel.”
Satco also understands that the transition from old technologies to new technologies can take time and money. They offer one of the largest and growing selections of emerging LED technologies in fixtures and lamps in the industry and design product that help bridge the transition.
If you need to learn more, Satco provides online webinars on several different product categories and custom, in-person training for distributor-partners at the Brentwood, NY, headquarters.
Satco’s architectural lighting products are being offered through O’Blaney Rinker in New York City and Long Island markets.
Call 212.577.2552 or email us at O’Blaney Rinker if you see something you may be interested in.
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 »
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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.
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