LightArt Blossom Pendants at 51Fifteen resturant, Houston – Texas

February 5th, 2017 by retail design blog

Seattle, WA – Houston’s Contour Interior Design took a fresh approach to hospitality design using a cluster of eye-catching Blossom Pendants from Seattle-based lighting company, LightArt. The new installation at 51Fifteen, a bar and restaurant attached to Saks 5th Avenue in Downtown Houston, is a stunning display of both art and lighting. Using various floral fixtures, designers clustered one hundred and eighty handmade Blossom Pendants to serve as an elegant ceiling feature as well as a wayfinding element to guide customers into the adjoining retail space. The pendants, a part of LightArt’s Artisan collection, are crafted to stand on their own or in clusters, with flowing hand-shaped petals in soft neutral hues.

Available in diameters of 13”, 15”, and 18” and three styles including open petals, half open petals and closed petals, Blossoms were designed to give designers the ability to create a one-of-a-kind installation. The organic beauty of LightArt’s Blossoms provide a customized, sculptural look without the custom cost. LightArt uses proprietary, American-made LED circuits, to create the stunning, even illumination and warm color seen in their fixtures. Blossom Pendants are available with a white ceiling canopy and dress plates that mount to a standard junction box. The fixtures are available with a 3-6 week lead time and are UL labeled with a 5 year limited warranty.

Design:LightArt

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