IES Progress Report 2023 Features Three iGuzzini Luminaires
We are thrilled to announce that Crystal, Light Shed 60, and Superrail + Robin were featured and recognized in the prestigious IES Progress Report 2023! This official release took place during the 2023 IES Annual Conference on Friday, August 4, drawing attention to some exciting advancements in the lighting industry. The Illuminating Engineering Society (IES), an esteemed American organization with a legacy since 1906, curated the report to showcase notable developments, research, publications, tools, and products in the field.
Crystal: Enhancing Space and Well-being
introduces Opti-diamond technology, which leverages the catadioptric principle to revolutionize spatial perception and improve efficiency (140lm/W). By cleverly gathering and distributing light emitted by the reflector across the ceiling, Crystal combines functionality and decor, creating a better spatial lighting experience.
Light Shed 60: Versatile Lighting for Creative Designs
Light Shed 60
offers a versatile solution with its well-balanced light distribution that enhances the perception of space. Its adaptability allows designers to achieve optimum horizontal and vertical semi-cylindrical lighting levels, making it easier to create cloud ceilings without extensive construction work. Moreover, Light Shed has obtained the PEP_Ecopassport certification, attesting to its compliance with Life Cycle assessment criteria and features impressive sound absorption coefficients.
Superrail + Robin: Simplifying Lighting Installations
introduces an innovative track system that allows easy installation of projectors on top while accommodating other lighting components below. This space-saving design enables dual installation (Up & down) in a single compact extruded module of just 2 3⁄4'', making it a remarkable milestone for lighting installations.
The IES Progress Report 2023 serves as a platform to recognize and celebrate these remarkable lighting innovations, inspiring professionals and enthusiasts in the industry. As the Illuminating Engineering Society continues its mission to promote excellent lighting practices, the future looks promising with the potential for even brighter and more efficient lighting solutions.