JUNE 20, 2022 >> SSL ONLINE

SSL Online is the monthly email newsletter of Architectural SSL magazine, the premier publication chronicling the impact of LED and solid-state lighting on the built environment.

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New Luminaires, Thoughtfully Designed
With Lightfair and the AIA Conference just around the corner, lighting enthusiasts will soon be swimming in a sea of new and improved luminaires. These new products will push boundaries of form and function, perhaps offering architects, lighting designers, and engineers the secret weapon they need to realize their most incredible creative visions yet. In addition to the physical luminaire, it's often interesting to get the backstory on the creation of each piece. What was the designer trying to achieve? With lighting, it can be any number of things—a more flexible light distribution, the incorporation of a new material, a glare-free visual environment, etc. This issue of SSL Online profiles a few of the latest luminaires from Aurora Lampworks, Vittorio Massimo, and Original BTC, and provides a little insight into what inspired each design.

Jeanie Fitzgerald-Pitts, Managing Editor

A 360° Twist on a Classic Picture Light

This Classic Picture Light Sconce from Aurora Lampworks has one modern advantage—it can rotate nearly 360 degrees. The thin and minimalist LED fixture is adjustable...


Ring of Light

IVY I, design by Vittorio Massimo, is a minimal and geometric lighting solution that responds to the need in architecture for flexibility. It is composed of a die-cast zinc alloy ring hanging on a black cable, which provides...


Handmade Fine Bone China Makes a Statement

Crafted from 42 handmade fine bone china tiles, the Shard Chandelier 100 adds texture and drama to living rooms, hallways, and lobbies alike...


No. 8 Lighting

No. 8 Lighting in Maui

There's an ancient Hawaiian saying when referring to the Valley Isle—Maui No Ka 'Oi—which means “Maui is the Best”. This is most apparent in a stunning 7,000 square foot Walker Warner-designed oceanfront home with rare, unobstructed 180-degree views that features the finest building materials and craftsmanship. Embracing the light and views where interior and exterior spaces effortlessly merge, the property is illuminated by No. 8 Lighting recessed downlights with oil-rubbed bronze trims that seamlessly integrate into the wood ceilings and easily transition from indoor to out. Photography: Matthew Millman Photography


Synapse Wireless

It Just Works.

Smart technology is only smart if it works, and SimplySnap? It just works. Scalable, field-proven, DLC NLC 5.0 qualified, and easy-to-install wireless network lighting controls are in-stock. Explore energy code compliant SimplySnap technology.


Pharos Architectural Controls

Simple and Secure Remote Lighting Control with Pharos Cloud

Pharos Cloud makes secure remote management of your projects easy. With no additional skills or costly hardware required, it's a cost-effective solution for your project. Pharos controllers connect to the Internet securely using industry-standard encryption. With our new Portals feature, you can now control multiple Sites from a unified Control Panel and Schedule, add company branding, and more.


Griplock Systems

Cut the Cord with Powered Suspension

Imagine a world where a power cord didn't distract from the beauty of a light fixture. That world is possible with Rincon from Griplock Systems. More and more lighting manufacturers are engineering their fixtures to use Rincon. Visit the Griplock Systems website to check out the UL Recognized Rincon Powered Suspension System.

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