United States | 2022
For a mid-century modern multi-family condo complex featuring unique architectural elements, an average lighting system would not do it justice. Chad Rothe, owner of Lightform Lighting in Scottsdale, Arizona, knew this particular residential space needed beautifully understated, modern architectural lighting. Lazer Line, a suspended linear line of LED light, was selected to span from wall-to-wall, illuminating the space. The clients wanted new lighting that complemented their love of mid-century modern design and the beautiful arched ceilings...a unique feature to the home that Chad knew he had to accentuate. They wanted to replace their older lighting with LED lighting that had a clean, discreet, and architectural look. Chad had Lazer Line displayed in his showroom and knew how phenomenal the uplight and downlight feature would draw the eye up to the ceiling arches while also illuminating the living space. Our innovative Lazer Line creates a paradigm shift with how we use lighting and design within the environment. Lazer Line is an LED lighting system that can traverse from wall-to-wall or wall-to-ceiling, up to 60 ft. before refeeding, with no visible pixilation. It utilizes heatsink tape which is fastened and tightened by turnbuckles plastered into the wall or ceiling for a seamless look. Lazer Line allows the light to go up, down, or both, achieving ambient uplight and also functional downlight. It enhances any space with pleasant soft light and delivers designer quality color rendering and multiple color temperatures, RGB and tunable white, creating a space that is visually spectacular. Lazer Line is easily controlled and dimmable to give the most flexibility to the home owner and their lighting preferences. Chad and his team installed 3 Lazer Lines, connected by turnbuckles, and spanning from wall-to-wall which provided more than enough functional task lighting. The finished installation is the perfect combination of linear light, clean lines, and contemporary design.
Toryo International Lighting Design Center
Cultural & Historical Buildings (Interior Lighting)