Posts Tagged ‘energy efficient’

Moons & Stars & Snoqualmie Casino

Monday, June 11th, 2012

Thought you might like to see our latest custom lighting installation in a new upscale Suchi restaurant at the Snoqualmie Casino located in beautiful Snoqualmie, Washington. Bernadette Rubio of Mulvanny G2 Architecture was the Interior Designer and Lauren MacLeod of Candela was the Lighting Designer.
The restaurant’s name is “12 Moons”. For this installation, we were asked to create decorative “moon” and “star pendants. The moons are hand painted acrylic globes in assorted sizes, colors, and textures. The “Stars” are small hand blown glass balls encrusted with glittery glass frit. They’re illuminated with sparkly LED lamps. Here’s a photo of the installation – nice, don’t you think?!

For the Private Dining area, the Interior Designer, Bernadette Rubio, loved the look of the Ochre Arctic Pear Chandelier. Unfortunately, it wasn’t available from the manufacturer in the size, configuration, and lead time she wanted. She asked us to create something similar. Here’s our interpretation. Our glass artist created solid glass pears in three different sizes for this gorgeous chandelier.

This fixture is installed in the Casino’s new piano bar. It’s a custom value-engineered version of our popular Pallina Pendant. This simple yet elegant pendant features a hand polished Stainless Steel finish with a cascade of crystal clear blown glass globes.

A Lighting Wonderland

Thursday, December 3rd, 2009

Here is a photo of our Stix Pendant taken from below. The camera captured the reflections of the glass Stix in the Polished metal. Pretty spectacular – don’t you think?
Thought you might like to see the finished installation for the 1918 project in Seattle, Washington. We created (3) 76″ Diameter and (2) 52″ diameter Stix Pendants for the Atrium entry to this gorgeous new office tower. The fixtures are lamped with energy efficent LEDs that provide sparkle and sustainability. 1918 FROM 3RD FLOOR