Illumination WALD STUDIO

2May/190

BOVER and DADO

Today, Bover and Dado visited the office to show us some of their new products. 

BOVER

Bover stocks product in Atlanta. Bover gave us a quick run down of many of their fixtures as shown below:

Garota: A fixture with synthetic wicker material. This fixture comes with a catenary option in which up to 4 fixtures can be on a catenary system (although if more is needed, consult them).

Tria: Decorative sconce that comes in a teak or metal finish.

Mediterrania: A large decorative ribbon pendant fixture. $1600 DN

Also have essentially a track system. Catenary version of this. Custom finish of metals.

Mod: A decorative pendant fixture with a custimzable amount of panels. The panels can be made in many different ways depending on the material including: laser cut panels, acoustic felt panels, or crocheted panels

Drip and Drop: Can be a pendant in many different configurations, or a table lamp (that can come with a USB on the plate). Up to 48 pieces can be on one pendant fixture.

Domita: A small pendant version of the Dome fixture, this consists of thin laser cut wood panels configured in a dome shape. Up to 40 on one canopy.


DADO

The Tick-tack is a linear fixture, available as a one-sided or 2 sided LED, priced under $100/ft including the remote driver. This fixture is offered with standard and T-grid mounting.

They use 3D printed end caps to run the linear light end to end on a surface.

  • What we liked was the fixture running seamlessly without visible joints and optional butt joint connection.
  • End shape on the recessed fixture is available in shapes other than straight.
  • Field cuttable extrusion allows the contractor to cut the aluminium housing and lens in the field and then send back to the factory to insert the LED strip which allow a nice and clean installation.
  • The 9.5W and higher models require aluminium backing for heatsink purpose.

Tick-Tack is their new product. The TW3 family fixture is 3/8" thick is a great option for mirror lighting.

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