L.A. – Irvine

Los Angeles – San Bernardino – Orange – Riverside


San Diego

San Diego – Imperial


In Focus

Eaton’s Invue Arbor LED Series

Meet Arbor, Invue’s latest LED architectural luminaire addition. Arbor is unlike any pedestrian scale fixture you’ve come across before. This beauty delivers precise and elegant illumination that enhances the world around us. The combination of its organic design and WaveStream LED technology allows the Arbor to deliver an unprecendented experience in pedestrian areas. Arbor LED luminaires…

New Micro-Inverter Solutions from IOTA

IOTA is proud to introduce the new IIS-35-I Micro-Inverter Solution into the IIS Inverter product family! The IIS-35-I provides selectable 120 or 277 VAC emergency power to a connected load up to 35 watts, allowing for the operation of LED fixtures with full light output in the emergency mode. LED loads are qualified for up…

New “Made With Love” Collection from VISO

VISO launched their new “Made With Love” collection at Light+Building 2016, and it’s sure to be loved by everyone. This collection includes an array of different series, from striking LED rings, to clusters of LED pendants. Learn more about the “Made With Love” collection HERE

Recent Projects

Irvine Spectrum Valet

Manufacturer: California Accent Lighting
Architect: LPA, INC.
Electrical Contractor: Unison Electric
Photographer: Jacob Hernandez

Whittier Area Recreation & Family Service Center

Manufacturers: EATON – McGraw-Edison, Ametrix, Shaper, Focal Point, Birchwood, Spectrum Lighting, C.W.Cole, Spectra, Isolite
Architect: HMC Architects Inc.
Landscape Architect: EPT – San Juan Capistrano
Engineer: Hendrikson Owen & Assoc.
Electrical Contractor: Sanchez Electric
Photographer: Ryan Beck Photography

Harbor Distributing

Manufacturers: Eaton – Portfolio, Focal Point, CALI, Prisma, Isolite
Architect: John Pankey GMA-Architects St Louis, Mo.
Engineer: Energy Resource
Electrical Contractor: Tiger Electric

LAX Ring Road

Manufacturer: EATON – Lumiere
Product: Custom LED Roadway fixture
Lighting Designer: HLB – Culver City
Architect: AECOM