Illumination WALD STUDIO

31Jul/170

Generation Brands

Generation Brands visited our studio the other day to keep us updated on their 2017 products.

Tech Lighting is the first line they showed.  Being a market research company, they evaluate how well the fixtures do in the market and depending on sales may expand the line.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Akova is one of their releases that has done well, it is now available as a sconce, pendant, and flush mount.  All fixture types are available in 3 different finishes, aged bronze in a bright bronze trim, matte black in a bright brass trim, and matte white in a chrome trim.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mina is another one of their more popular fixtures, it has laser etched optic crystal to create a floating orb within.  Down firing LED's are hidden within the socket.  It is also available in an aged brass, polish nickel or black finish, with a variety of different cord colors as well.  The pendant can be bought on its own or in a cluster of 3, 7 and 11.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From Element, Merge is their recessed linear system.  Glare-free, continuous 3-inch channel of LED indirect illumination.  It can make 90 degree turns on the same plane as well as transition from floor to ceiling.  Spot lights can be placed anywhere across the channel and because it is a part of the LBL and Tech Lighting, any pendant from both lines can be also be incorporated into the fixture.

Reflections is a decorative recessed downlight that is also a part of Element.  Available in flanged or flangeless in 5", 8" or 12" apertures.  They currently have 5 different dome designs that are 3D printed however they can do a customized designs as well.  It is not available in RGB as of now. Reflections is popularly used in home theatre because it is glare free and dims well under 200.   The price for the 5" aperture begins at $125.00.

Element also carries a 2" LED adjustable downlight and wall wash.

 

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