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Light


If we could store it in our materials library, we would. It's as important as steel, wood, or stone. Without light, there would be no architecture. Grounded in physics but completely emotional, light defines space, sets moods, cuts paths, and announces the personality of a room. We would be in the dark without it.

Custom globes cast a warm light on the bar.
The New York EDITION
An illuminated spiral staircase tempts guests to explore the Manhattan hotel.

A 13,000-pound kinetic chandelier sets the club on fire (figuratively).
The voluptuous ceiling/wall lamp for Leucos casts crisp illumination.
Light guides guests through layers of the restaurant, inviting them to linger.

Sculptural chandeliers send dappled light through laser-cut perforations.
Neon and custom fixtures inspire hard work at NeueHouse, a workspace collective.
The Broadway musical's elaborate show drop has a moody, deco glow.
A light you can enter: 21 miles of crystal bead swags circle The Chandelier bar.
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