Eureka®, an established leader in decorative lighting solutions, is pleased to announce that its Celeste, Lily and Outline luminaires have each received a 2020 Product Innovation Award (PIA) from Architectural SSL magazine.
The PIA recognizes innovative LED and solid-state luminaires and fixtures in today’s marketplace, while also spotlighting the players behind the components that make up these light sources. Judging and evaluation of products and systems is completed by a distinguished panel of 22 designers and lighting specialists. Manufacturers receive awards for products with attributes, qualities, functionality and/or performance beyond industry standards.
Celeste is a clean minimalist pendant featuring an elegant artisanal cast glass disc. Vertical stems passing through the light fixture create a visual continuity with the cable, accentuated by the glowing glass disc to create a striking effect. Its integrated connector allows individual Celeste heads to be connected to one another in a vertical pattern, allowing for large impressive installations or smaller elegant clusters.
Lily is a pendant light fixture with an organic look and an unparalleled versatility. Its die-cast aluminum head provides an aesthetically pleasing and effective solution to the dissipation of the heat from the LED source, while a friction hinge, mounted at the center of the luminaire, allows it to be oriented horizontally and vertically, offering a direct or indirect light distribution at will.
Outline is a range of luminaires with a modern aesthetic. 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 throughout a project. In offices, Outline can be used in different ways to accentuate modern work environments while maintaining a commonality of design purpose. Challenging traditional notions of projector-type lighting design, Outline’s innovative optics represent a leap in lens design.
All three luminaires are showcased in the October issue of Architectural SSL magazine.