Category Winner | Best Residential Lighting Application
Congratulations to Illuminated Design, winner of the 2021 DMF Design Award for Best Residential Lighting Application. The judges were particularly impressed with all the different applications of their lighting design to uniquely address the needs of the Pelican Bay residence.
Submission: Illuminated Design
Project: Pelican Bay Residence
Location: Naples, FL
Product(s): DRD2 Fixed Downlight, OneFrame Housing, OneFrame Concrete Housing, OneFrame Round Trim, OneFrame Wall Wash Trim
Description: “DMF Lighting’s OneFrame product helped us overcome the challenge of limited plenum space in this condo. A 5″ max height is all we were allowed. DMF’s engineered OneFrame allowed the product to fit perfectly alongside the duct work and all the other mechanicals. In addition, when the electrical inspector was looking at the project he mentioned how ingenious the OneFrame was engineered. We were faced with many obstacles to contend with and the DMF products performed beautifully.” – Lynne Stambouly, Senior Lighting Designer and CEO
The DRD2 is a compact LED module with an integrated driver that delivers the optimal balance of form and function. It provides outstanding illumination and color consistency while being simple to specify, install and maintain. When paired with the award winning OneFrame housing, you can achieve the fire, sound, wet location and other ratings required for the most demanding projects.
Engineered for high-rise structures that require steel and concrete reinforcement, the Concrete Tight OneFrame is the downlight solution for poured concrete applications. It’s specially designed to be embedded into concrete while allowing easy servicing of the module and trim afterwards.
Leveraging more than 100 years of combined experience, Illuminated Design in Naples, Florida is a one-of-a-kind company who’s sole focus is design and control of natural and artificial light. Learn more about Illuminated Design.
CEO Lynne Stambouly was recently profiled in Technology Designer Magazine where she chronicled her 30 years in the lighting industry.
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