Page 44 - Contract Lighting Magazine February 2019
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JAZZ AGE MEETS MODERN AGE
AS GUESTS ROAM THE HOTEL HALLWAYS, THEY WILL FIND LIGHTING FIXTURES FEATURING DRAPED CHAINS OF BRUSHED METALS CREATING A WARM GLOW.
and also provide ambient lighting in the plush, jewel-toned se ing of the lobby’s lounge area.
“The  xtures in the lobby were custom by Alger- Triton. We provided sketches of our design intent and worked with them to develop the lighting  xtures. Alger-Triton has been a great partner to make our lighting  xtures truly unique and to make our vision real,” Tolman says. “The lighting  xtures in the entry to the lobby over the monumental staircase, and in front of the two-story artwork, took two days of installation on a special li  to
get them in place. It was an intense and exciting moment on the site when those went in.”
As guests roam the hotel hallways, they will
 nd lighting  xtures featuring draped chains of brushed metals creating a warm glow. In the hotel’s Julie e Ballroom, the  oor-to-ceiling windows aren’t the only source of light. The massive venue contains several contemporary chandeliers featuring spherical bulbs that contrast with the angular base.
“The concept for the ballroom and meeting- room  oors was looking at the decadence of the 1920s when the historic building of LondonHouse was built,” Tolman notes. “For those spaces, the team studied many of the jewelry styles and selected lighting  xtures that spoke to them.”
On the hotel’s 21st  oor, which houses the  rst
Cove lighting and re ective surfaces underscore the glamour of the lobby.
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