Eureka®, an established leader in decorative lighting solutions, is pleased to announce its Celeste, Expo, Knit, Mill, and Outline luminaires have each won a GOOD DESIGN® Award from The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design.
Each year, The Chicago Athenaeum presents the GOOD DESIGN® Awards Program for the most innovative and cutting-edge industrial, product, and graphic designs produced worldwide. Launched in 1950, GOOD DESIGN® is the oldest and the most prestigious Awards Program organized worldwide. In 2021, several thousand submissions from over 55 countries were judged by an international jury of design experts across multiple disciplines.
Celeste is a minimalist pendant featuring an elegant artisanal cast glass disc. Its integrated connector allows individual Celeste heads to be connected in a vertical pattern, enabling large, bold installations or smaller, elegant clusters.
Expo is a decorative lighting tube designed for flexible installation on a wall or ceiling surface, in any orientation or in suspension. It can be suspended at angles up to 45 degrees to create lines of light that can be crisscrossed or zigzagged through a space.
Knit and Mill are acoustic luminaires with shades made from sound-absorbing recycled PET felt. The luminaires are intended for areas where noise is a concern, including high or unfinished ceilings, open offices, or corridors with a hard floor finish.
Outline challenges traditional notions of projector-type lighting design. Its innovative optics represent a leap in lens design. With recessed, surface, and suspended mounting iterations, as well as various head number and arrangement options, Outline enables a design theme to be carried anywhere through a project.
More information about Celeste, Expo, Knit, Mill, Outline, and other Eureka products is available here: https://www.eurekalighting.com/.