Company Projects

Commercial Lighting Sales Projects

International Arrivals, Dulles Airport

Dulles, VA


Architect: Pierce, Goodwin Alexander

Two versions of PAL's Luminata series provide up and down light for the baggage carousels, and uplight the skylights.

Pallotti High School

Laurel, MD


Architect: The Drawing Board, Inc.

Linear Direct/Indirect pendants provide a soft glow for the wood ceiling and brick walls which radiate outward through the glass curtain walls at night. Daylight harvesting sensors and dimmable fixtures allow the school to take full advantage of the available sunlight during the day to minimize energy consumption.

Metro Offices

Tyson's Corner, VA

Architect: Focus Architecture & Design

EYP Office

Washington, DC

H.E. Williams

Architect: Einhorn Yaffee Prescott

Williams RNDP series provides softly diffused lighting for a lounging and informal meeting space in EYP's Georgetown office.  The fixtures are cable suspended from the exposed concrete slab, and dim in response to daylight contribution.  In the reconfigured work spaces, the Williams FP series indirect/direct fixtures have been installed in place of inverted industrial fixtures, adding a useful direct component and providing a system with minimal profile.

The Warner Theater

Washington, DC

Crenshaw Lighting
Lighting Designer: MCLA Architectural Lighting Design

When this landmark theater was restored in 1992, the owner chose antique chandeliers of European origin for the foyer area. These fixtures required restoration and resizing in order to fit the space. During restoration, the fixtures were lengthened by the addition of new bottom baskets and top crowns to match the existing fixture body. Additional lamp clusters in the top and bottom of the fixtures helped to illuminate the new Strass crystal prisms and beading.

Gallery Place Metro Entryway

Washington, DC

A row of rectangular and square kiosks manufactured by Neri S.p.A. provides auxiliary retail space along a promenade which fronts a portal leading to the Gallery Place Metro station. Neri craftsmen assembled the structures on site.

National Aquarium

Baltimore, MD

GE Lighting Solutions - GE Contour Series

320 linear feet of the GE Contour Series LED lighting system was used to replace the aging neon wave on Baltimore's National Aquarium. In addition to a bright new look, the low volage LED system could be up to 40% more energy efficient than neon.

DC Office Building

Washington D.C

Architect: Fox Architects 

Lighting Designer: MCLA Architectural Lighting Design

A central design feature was a three story staircase with an integral waterfall. It needed to be lit for both function and aesthetics. We provided a custom solution with a high efficiency lighting system that enhanced the beauty of the staircase and waterfall. In the conference rooms we provided a recessed linear system with lit 90 degree corners to provide a square pattern in the ceiling. All applications used a custom designed lens to diffuse the light to create no bright or dark spots.

Maryland Transit Administration Charles Center Station

Baltimore, MD

North Star Lighting - LED Vivid Linear Wash II