Dallas Market Center announces the details of the inaugural edition of ArchLIGHT Summit, a new lighting trade event and educational platform for architectural, specification and design communities. The first ArchLIGHT Summit will take place in-person September 21-22, 2021.
Eureka®, an established leader in decorative lighting solutions, announced the release of its Berri architectural luminaire. Berri is a classic ball and seamless tube design that is available in more than 35 configurations to create many moods and looks.
The luminaires bring elegance and charm to various settings, including office and informal meeting spaces, lobbies and transitional spaces, and hospitality environments.
Berri offers an extensive array of design possibilities. Luminaires scale from 36" to 120," and in multiple form factors include angular, linear horizontal, linear vertical, hexagonal, square, and rectangle. With a unique loop gripper, these shapes can be installed at angles up to 60-degrees.
Three standard finishes are available, including black or white in a rich fine textured finish and a new soft gold that gives warmth to the luminaire and enables designers to create a room's statement piece.
Designers can select regular output (682 delivered lumens) or high output (1,160 delivered lumens) for each head. And luminaires may be configured with two to 12 heads each. Therefore, the total output for a given fixture can range from 1,364 delivered lumens to 13,920 delivered lumens. Berri is also white tunable from 2700K to 5000K.
Berri is compatible with the nLight® AIR or nLight® Wired network control system to manage lighting throughout indoor spaces, reduce energy costs, and improve occupant comfort.
More information about Berri is available here.
HALO is excited to announce our first ever night light!
The Light and Health Research Center (LHRC) at Mount Sinai has released an extensively revised version of its free, open-access circadian stimulus (CS) calculator based on recent advances in the understanding of light's effects on the human circadian system.
Nichia has announced a joint product development collaboration with solid-state lighting (SSL) manufacturer Zumtobel intended to deliver cost-effective luminaires with direct applicability to lighting for health and wellbeing applications while also offering the option of great color rendering.