Lighting for Tomorrow Competition

Honorable Mention for Sustainability 2007

Designer:

Eric Kaster

Description:

Eleek’s Takashima family of fixtures addresses sustainability with high recycled content as well as low-energy lamping and energy-saving features. These fixtures fit beautifully with both modern and classic decor. Both the sconce and the pendant are appropriate for all indoor and outdoor locations. Eleek’s recycled aluminum is finished to a beautiful pewter color with a subtly speckled, River Rock appearance. Artist patinas are available for those seeking other color options.

Lighting for Tomorrow:

The annual Lighting for Tomorrow competition was created in 2002 to recognize the best in decorative energy-efficient lighting fixtures. Lighting for Tomorrow seeks to help increase the market availability of ENERGY STAR® residential lighting fixtures and to increase the marketing, promotion, and sales of such fixtures through primary distribution channels for the new construction and major renovation markets.

In 2007, the competition aims to demonstrate the diversity of styles available within the energy-efficient lighting category. This Yearbook contains winners from the competition—a wide array of beautiful, decorative light fixtures to fit any budget and any décor.

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