Lutron expands luxury product category at ISE 2020
Customer demands are met with new design capabilities
Amsterdam (February 11th, 2020)
- Lighting control pioneer
will be showcasing the newest in lighting, blind and temperature control at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2020 in Amsterdam. At booth 5-R50 in Hall 5, Lutron will display additions to its luxury category.
Lutron has embraced the art of bespoke finishing, following customer demands for elevated aesthetics. Expansions in the luxury category include the Palladiom keypad and thermostat range seeing a new Antique Brass finish added to the portfolio as standard, the most highly-sought after finish in Europe.
The company has partnered with UK-based designer of electrical wiring accessories
. Lutron will add a new raw brass faceplate kit for Palladiom keypads, to allow installers to offer bespoke finishes to specifiers and end-users. In addition to 20 standard finishes, there’s potential for hundreds of different customised finishes, which can be designed to match any projects aesthetic, coordinating with or complementing other hardware, fixtures or accents in a space.
The Palladiom keypad and thermostat range now includes a new Antique Brass finish as standard.
Luxury elements have not been limited to control systems, but also extend into Lutron’s shading range. There are now additional finishes for Palladiom blinds, and new aesthetic options across several styles, such as sheer fabrics, more colour options, and wood slats for venetian blinds. The company has also made technological improvements to its most popular drive, the Roller 64, by making it even more quiet.
“We’re constantly keeping an eye on industry trends, whether those are technology or design-based,” said Steve Detmer, Residential Product Manager at Lutron. “ISE is the perfect place to debut our latest innovations in residential and commercial spaces, as we can educate European installers, electrical engineers and integrators, not only on where we see the European market, but also on consumer demands.”
Lutron will be at booth 5-R50 in Hall 5 during ISE (RAI Amsterdam, 11-14 February 2020). The company will additionally display enhancements to wireless solutions Vive and RA2 Select.
During ISE, Lutron will also sponsor the Hospitality Technology Summit (Hotel Okura Amsterdam, 13 February 2020)
About Lutron Electronics (lutron.com/europe, @Lutron_EU)
Founded in 1961, Lutron Electronics is headquartered in Coopersburg, Pennsylvania. The company designs and manufactures more than 15,000 energy-saving products, which are sold in more than 100 countries around the world. In the U.S. alone, Lutron products save an estimated 10 billion kWh of electricity, or approximately $1 billion in utility costs per year. The company’s early inventions — including the company’s first dimmer design — are now at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C. Outside the U.S., notable installations include St. Paul’s Cathedral, the Wimbledon Centre Court, and the Guggenheim Museum (Bilbao).