When you're thinking of doing a minimalistic design, think of Pure Lighting. The Chicago-based lighting manufacturer offers a superior line of specification grade, flush recessed downlights, accent lights, wall washers and grazers. The Aurora family boasts features such as self locking lamp adjustment, knife edge apertures, a rigid plaster plate and dome interior. The flush mounted rigid plaster plate continues a clean uninterrupted ceiling and prevents chipping and cracking at the trim aperture, which is common with other recessed fixtures, while the knife edge aperture eliminates glare and brightness. The self locking gears and other hardware are hidden behind the lamp and within the dome interior creating a skylight effect. Optional colored LED uplighting for the dome interior magically transforms the aperture into a glowing disc of color, while the halogen white light projects downward performing an accent function. The colored uplight can be controlled separately to an extensive palette of colors. Along with the Truly Trimless 3.3" aperture, the Aurora family includes beveled and flat flush trims of various aperture sizes. Complimenting the Aurora family, the Genna wall wash features a trim that produces no-glare at the aperture and an ultra uniform field of light that covers the entire wall with a straight edge at the ceiling plane. Beyond the accents and downlights, the Stratus wall grazer offers dramatic yet energy efficient lighting for textured surfaces by uniformly (10 x 160 beam) illuminating vertical surfaces with warm or cool LEDs.
Award-winning low-voltage lighting designer and founder of Lightology and Edge Lighting, Gregory Kay is best known for his Monorail and Cable Light designs. His new Pure Lighting Collection offers a completely innovative approach to minimalistic design which is sure to be a revolutionary approach to architectural lighting.