(UK) – Lutron Electronics has introduced its new Lutron By Design Experience – Prismatic – to the lighting design community with two interactive events across the UK.
First hosted at Manchester Cathedral, and then at the Tate Modern in London’s Bankside district, the events allowed the UK’s architecture and design community to experiment with light in a bespoke, iridescent cube fit out with Lutron lighting and controls. The interplay of light and iridescent colour delivered an immersive experience for the designers.
During the events, guests were able to get hands-on time with the Lutron Lighting Designer App, to play with the system and save their lighting creations for the pop-up structure.
Prismatic is made possible by the Athena solution – Lutron’s simple and flexible lighting and shading control solution that puts the power to personalise light in the hands of designers and end-users. Athena marries best-in-class control, unparalleled flexibility, and a simple app-based setup in a lighting and blinds control solution that is ideally suited to handle the evolving needs of commercial spaces throughout the world.
“Lutron launched in the 1960s with the aim of creating technology that would enable individuals to control light, inventing the dimmer switch,” said Nicolla Farry, Specification Sales Supervisor at Lutron Electronics. “For 60 years we have been striving to provide the perfect light to our users. Prismatic provides lighting designers and the design community at large with the ability to manipulate light and experience first-hand the potential of Athena.”
Following the Manchester and London events, Prismatic will continue in Madrid, Paris, and Milan starting in April 2022.