• Cherry Hills Tudor
  • Old Brookville
  • Daniels Park
  • Oyster Bay Cove
  • Cherry Hills 2
  • Cherry Hills 3
  • South Carolina
  • Florida Beach House
  • Spanish Colonial
  • Sonoma Craftsman
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Cherry Hills Tudor

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This home, part remodel, part new addition created many architectural challenges for the lighting design and lighting control system. With 4 floors connected to 3 floors, offset by a half of a floor, this home has a stairway and elevator that get off at 7 different levels. Minimal recessed architectural accent lights supplement the decorative lighting seen in virtually every space in this home. Recessed framing projectors were used in the entry hall to make the art appear as if it was backlit by the lighting designer. In other spaces, recessed adjustable pinhole accent lights provide both the function and accent necessary to balance the lighting with the decorative fixtures. All of the lighting in this home along with extensive landscape lighting is controlled through a central lighting control system that has been meticulously fine tuned with the owners.
Building and Design Team...
A/V contractor: Electronic By Design, Inc.
Lighting Awards and Publications...
Publications: Luxe Magazine

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Old Brookville

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This Long Island Estate, featured in Architectural Digest serves as the backdrop to one of the world’s great private art collections. This home is as much an art gallery as it is a residence. Every wall in the public spaces of this home was flooded with light. Special care was taken in the lighting design to illuminate, yet preserve the art for generations to come. Walls were primarily washed evenly with trimless rectangular wall washers to provide even illumination from floor to ceiling.
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Lighting Awards and Publications...
Publications: Architectural Digest

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Daniels Park

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This home, known as the Villa Bellagio revolves around a pool. The central pool has both a negative edge and water feature that face the house and are visible from the lower level. Blue pool lights in combination with Strong halogen uplighting bring the water to live as the sun disappears. The lighting design throughout this house consists of pinhole accent lighting, decorative fixtures and hidden cove lighting. The theater is an example of how complicated, yet simple lighting controls can be. Scenes are set for TV viewing, movies, intermissions and even karaoke on stage. With the press of one button on the A/V touchscreen, curtains move, lights adjust and the audio video system responds to the single command.
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Lighting Awards and Publications...
Publications: Audio Video Interiors

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Oyster Bay Cove

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This extensive remodel on the North Shore of Long Island was a mix of aiming existing light locations, while adjusting other architectural lighting to the new interiors. Art and architecture both come alive with the fine tuned lighting design and user friendly lighting control system.
Building and Design Team...
Interior design: Sills Huniford Associates

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Cherry Hills 2

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From the exterior, architectural features of this Tudor style estate glow subtly from well concealed light sources. Upper triangular sections and the fluting that encases the front door glow as viewed from the street. The interior lighting design is both functional and minimal. Architectural features, artwork and seating areas are softly illuminated to create a well balanced lighting design that is true to the owners’ desires.
Building and Design Team...
Architect: OZ Architecture
Lighting Awards and Publications...
Publications: Luxe Magazine

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Cherry Hills 3

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The lighting design of this Cherry Hills home is varied throughout, but well coordinated with the interiors and architecture. Recessed multiple fixtures are used on all three levels to provide flexibility in lighting art that can be stacked in many locations. The spectacular wine cellar is illuminated to add drama and function to the enclosed room. Fine tuned lighting controls provide ease of use by the owners.
Building and Design Team...
General contractor: Kane Creek Custom Homes

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South Carolina Residence

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The interiors of this Greenville, South Carolina home were significantly remodeled along with the interior lighting design. Minimal, yet flexible recessed lighting was added to light art, architecture and interiors of this southern home. Square apertures were used in the entry and gallery hallway, while many of other ceilings contain barely visible trimless accent lights.
Building and Design Team...
Interior design: Sills Huniford Associates

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Florida Beach House

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This Northern Florida Home has exterior lighting that both emphasizes the architectural column details, but was also designed to survive the harsh sea climate. Glass trimmed, cast aluminum, and heavily powder coated exterior lights were specified to increase the longevity of the exterior lighting. Inside, recessed architectural light fixtures follow the architecture while being aimed to light art, and furniture. Coordination with the wine cabinet maker allowed for integral cabinet lighting and cove lighting to complement the decorative pendant and wine racks.
Building and Design Team...
Interior design: Slifer Designs
General contractor: C.F. Knight, Inc.

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Denver Spanish Colonial

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– This lighting design contains an interesting mix of very traditional looking custom decorative light fixtures along with some very contemporary lighting effects. Uplighting occurs in various forms throughout this Denver home to add to the feeling of mystery. Light levels are set at very low levels to provide an extremely warm amber glow to the home. The curving stairway leading to the wine cellar has no lighting except for the uplighting in the treads that grazes up the brick wall. Uplighting from column capitals and fireplace mantels provide theatrical effects from hidden locations. Uplighting of the exterior columns helps emphasize the traditional architectural forms.
Building and Design Team...
Architect: Craig Bush Designs
Interior design: Elements Interior Design Studio
General contractor: B.C. Builders
Lighting Awards and Publications...
Publications: The Affluent Page


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Sonoma Craftsman

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