Modern Forms introduces Staff Interior and Exterior Wall Sconce

Feb 10, 2017 Industry News
Industry News

Sleek and stylish, the versatile Modern Forms Staff LED wall sconce with tapered torch design fosters an easy transition from hospitality facility interiors to exteriors for exceptional design continuity.

The LED wall luminaire embodies an IP65 sealed stainless steel frame with back light and solid crystal up light for warm ambience in upscale residential, hospitality and commercial spaces.

Constructed of stainless steel with acrylic on top and backside, the LED interior and exterior wall luminaire projects illumination up and towards the mounting surface such as a wall, column or façade.

Full range dimming offered. The fixture delivers up to over 500 lumens and a 3500K color temperature with a 90 CRI.

Stainless steel and black finishes offered and available in 32 and 70-inch heights.

ETL and cTL wet location listed, Staff is a low profile design that is ADA compliant.

Engineered to the finest detail for unsurpassed performance and design sophistication, Modern Forms was established as a future forward manufacturer and innovative brand of unique upscale all-LED luminaires.

Modern Forms is designed to complement a diverse array of architectural interiors and exteriors while delivering high quality, functional illumination for luxury homes, hotels and commercial spaces. Each design is lovingly developed by our in-house designers to showcase innovative applications of upscale materials and painstakingly engineered for the tangible details that convey quality and years of robust performance.

Modern Forms offers a vast presentation that achieves superior illumination from clean upscale forms only made possible with proprietary LED technology. Premium powder coat and plated finishes, marine grade stainless steel constructed designs, gold and silver leafing, and exclusively developed glass and crystal techniques are just a few of the features that speak to discriminating specifiers.

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