City of Industry, CA (PRWEB) May 30, 2013
CSL® (Creative Systems Lighting), pioneers of recessed downlighting and leaders in energy efficient lighting, has received the prestigious 2013 Green GOOD DESIGN™ Award for its 5-inch aperture Eco-Downlight LED and Eco-Invizilite. The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies and The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design administer the annual awards program.
“The 5-inch aperture Eco-Downlight LED and Eco-Invizilite are setting new standards of performance in terms of energy efficiency, light quality and optical control, while also offering design solutions for challenging applications,” said Mark D’Antonio, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for CSL. “We’re honored to receive the Green GOOD DESIGN™ Award and committed to pushing LED technology to the next level.”
Green GOOD DESIGN™, now in its fifth year, identifies and emphasizes the world’s most important examples of sustainable design. It is a special edition of the original GOOD DESIGN™ Award, which was founded in Chicago in 1950 and remains one the oldest and most important awards programs worldwide. Hundreds of submissions were received from around the world. Members of The European Center’s International Advisory Committee served as the jury and selected over 100 products, programs, people, government, environmental planning and architecture as outstanding examples of Green Design.
The latest 5-inch aperture Eco-Downlight LED is offered in remodel, new construction and IC versions featuring 38 system watts that deliver an astounding 2500 lumens. This product offers: 80 and 90 CRI packages; incandescent dimming; three color temperatures featuring 4 Step Binning; five interchangeable optics to include a 12-, 25-, 45-, 65- and 85-degree beam spreads; and modularity of square and round trims that mate in the same housing.
CSL’s Eco-Invizilite answers all of the most challenging concealed lighting issues related to tight radii, sharp turns, confined coves and restrictive spaces. It features a flexible two-conductor cable and accommodates CSL’s high-power 1.5W LED modules. It offers 105 lumens per socket, 80 and 85 CRI packages and sockets that can be removed and/or relocated to place the light right where it’s needed. Eco-Invizilite is UL/C-UL Listed for damp locations.
CSL® (Creative Systems Lighting) has been designing and manufacturing performance-engineered architectural lighting fixtures since 1990. Known as the pacesetter in low voltage small aperture recessed lighting, CSL has emerged as a leader in the concealed LED lighting and architectural LED lighting categories over the last several years. With design and manufacturing teams in Europe, Asia and the United States, CSL continues to revolutionize the way architects and lighting designers perceive technical performance and energy efficiency with each new lighting innovation. The company’s catalog includes a variety of products in categories such as Eco-Downlight LEDs, Task Lighting, LED Steplights, Linear LED Lighting and Architectural Lighting. Today, CSL’s diverse range of lighting products can be found in commercial buildings, hotels, retail establishments and homes all over the world. CSL is part of Littman Brands which also includes: Corbett Lighting, Troy Lighting, Hudson Valley Lighting® and Troy Landscape Lighting.
About Green GOOD DESIGN™ Awards
Founded in Chicago in 1950 by architects Eero Saarinen, Charles and Ray Eames, and Edgar Kaufmann, Jr. GOOD DESIGN bestows international recognition upon the world’s most prominent designers and manufacturers for advancing new, visionary, and innovative product concepts, invention and originality, and for stretching the envelope beyond what is considered ordinary product and consumer design. The 2013 GREEN GOOD DESIGN Award winners will be listed on the European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies website http://www.europeanarch.eu. The Mission of The European Centre is to improve all aspects of the human and urban experience by promoting greater public awareness and the broader appreciation and importance of architecture, design, art, and urban planning. The European Centre partners and collaborates with other European museums, cultural institutions, and professional associations and societies on joint programs and exhibitions, often times sending traveling exhibitions to those venues and hosting the same for a cross-European cultural experience. Some of the sponsors of the European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies include large companies such as BMW, American Airlines and Electrolux.
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