Restaurant Development & Design

NOV-DEC 2018

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6 2 • r e s t a u r a n t d e v e l o p m e n t + d e s i g n • N O V E M B E R / D E C E M B E R 2 0 1 8 2018 PRODUCT GUIDE Art-Glass Wall Sconce Part of Derek Marshall's architectural series, the Split Vortex wall sconce, this xture measures 19 inches high and 6 inches wide. It features two curved and overlapping leaves of art glass, cut on the bias fastened with stainless steel screws. Choose from a variety of glass colors. The Split Vortex carries a UL certication and is ADA compliant. The xture works with a 10-watt, dimmable LED bulb. Derek Marshall Lighting Modular LED Lighting Inspired by the thousands of extruded basalt rock columns that make up the Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland, the Basalt Ceiling Light from British LED brand Tala unites solid brass, which has been sand casted and polished, with mouth- blown matte borosili- cate glass. Delivering 300 lumens at a CRI of 95, Basalt provides warm, dimmable, ambient light, and it's a suitable atmospheric solution for restaurant and hospitality spaces. Basalt incorporates a decorative ceiling rose with three connected nodes, anchoring three angular brass pen- dants with correspond- ing angular-shaped LED bulbs. The design allows for multiple units to seamlessly join together and create a constellation- like network, accommodating a variety of pendant display options. Tala Dinner by (Electric) Candelight Votives, SONNEMAN—A Way of Light's architecturally-scalable, systems-based collection, pro- vides an alternative to traditional candle light. Designed by Robert Sonneman, Votives provide a pre- cisely lensed LED light source that casts a cone of illumination on the wall or surface below. Votives comes in two varieties: Pendant (shown) and Wall Bar. SONNEMAN—A Way of Light Seamless Lighting Effect Specialty Lighting introduces Edge, a thin, linear LED luminaire suitable for restaurant or hospitality spaces. Its end-to-end, seamless lighting effect eliminates dark spots between directly connected lighting xtures. The xture provides a wide beam angle for bright and consis- tent illuminance. Install edge using provided metal mounting clips, or optional magnetic mount- ing clips. This powerful xture comes in 8-, 12-, 23-, 35- and 45-inch lengths and four standard color temperatures. Specialty Lighting Accent Wall Lights Mun Dark from Nordeon features three dif- ferent sizes/diameters (5-, 7- and 12-inch) that can be mixed and matched to produce creative designs or patterns. Each diameter features a different projection, ranging from 1.8 inches to 2.6 inches, to add an element of depth to an installation. The wall-mounted luminaries come standard with textured white or graphite grey nish with an opal polycarbonate diffuser to produce soft lighting effects. The LED sources are available in a choice of warm or neutral color temperatures. Concealed hardware adds a nishing touch. Nordeon USA

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