Eureka, an established leader in decorative lighting solutions, is pleased to announce that its Tangram-Trace and Tangram-Cut luminaires have each received a 2023 Product Innovation Award (PIA) from Architectural SSL magazine.
The PIA recognizes innovative LED and solid-state luminaires and fixtures on the market. Judging was completed by a distinguished panel of designers and lighting specialists skilled in product evaluation. Manufacturers are awarded for products with attributes, qualities, functionality, or performance beyond industry standards.
The Tangram family is defined by bold four-inch-wide straps, which can be configured into various geometries using spacers that pull in or push out the straps to create striking shapes. A flat power cable is fully concealed inside each strap.
Tangram-Trace, the original luminaire in the innovative Tangram family, uses a prismatic lens to create a dramatic aesthetic while providing high-quality diffused linear illumination. Luminaires, in 2', 4', and 6' lengths, flow seamlessly into the straps from which they are suspended. The straps can be configured into 12 pre-set shapes, or designers can work with the Eureka team to create other configurations.
Precision machining from a solid glass block gives the Tangram-Cut pendant its striking, jewel-like feel. Internal frosting and a distinctive concave bottom help to diffuse light from the 8-inch diameter luminaire. The unique aesthetic is suited to luxurious environments such as high-end hospitality settings.
Both Tangram-Trace and Tangram-Cut will be featured in the Fall/Winter issue of Architectural SSL magazine.
More information about the Tangram family is available here.