F + P Wall Light
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Design by Foster & Partners.
By Louis Poulsen.
The F+P Wall Light emits a symmetrical downlight. The opal cone ensures an even and diffused light, free from obtrusive glare. The light emitted though the cone helps reduce contrasts. The polished edges of the cylinder glow and clarify the shape of the fixture.
The F+P Wall Light is composed of a die cast aluminum housing with an extruded clear acrylic enclosure with polished edges. Mounts directly to a finished surface over a recessed 4" octagonal junction box. Available in white, natural painted aluminum or graphite grey powder coated finishes. Provided with one 120V integral electronic driver.
ADA Compliant. UL Listed for wet locations.
Material(s): Aluminum, Metal, Acrylic, Polymer
Dimensions: 3.2"D X 9.8"H; 3.9"Extension
Lamp Type: LED
Bulbs: 1 X 7W LED module; 3000K (warm white), 352 lumens, 85 CRI (included)
Listing: CUL, UL, IBEW, WET LOCATION
Manufacturer Specifications: Click to download specifications.
Norman Foster was born in Manchester in 1935. After graduating from Manchester University School of Architecture and City Planning in 1961 he won a Henry Fellowship to Yale University, where he gained a Masters Degree in Architecture.
He is the founder and chairman of Foster & Partners. Founded in London in 1967, it is now a worldwide practice, with project offices in more than twenty countries. Over the past four decades the company has been responsible for a strikingly wide range of work, from urban master plans, public infrastructure, airports, civic and cultural buildings, offices and workplaces to private houses and product design. Since its inception, the practice has received 470 awards and citations for excellence and has won more than 86 international and national competitions. Current and recent work includes the largest single building on the planet, Beijing Airport, the redevelopment of Dresden Railway Station, Millau Viaduct in France, the Swiss Re tower and the Great Court at the British Museum in London, an entire University Campus for Petronas in Malaysia, the Hearst Headquarters tower in New York, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Robert and Arlene Kogod Courtyard at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington and research centres at Stanford University, California.
He became the 21st Pritzker Architecture Prize Laureate in 1999 and was awarded the Praemium Imperiale Award for Architecture in 2002. He has been awarded the American Institute of Architects Gold Medal for Architecture (1994), the Royal Gold Medal for Architecture (1983), and the Gold Medal of the French Academy of Architecture (1991). In 1990 he was granted a Knighthood in the Queens Birthday Honours, and in 1999 was honoured with a Life Peerage, becoming Lord Foster of Thames Bank.See other lights/products from Foster & Partners
Louis Poulsen's approach to architectural development began with its collaboration with famous and well respected lighting designers, like Poul Henningsen. Together they created a lighting and product philosophy encompassed by the words "function", "comfort" and "ambience". This philosophy continues to influence simple and functional product design, which focuses on well-being and the perception of artificial light, which leads to the creation of unique lighting environments. Louis Poulsen's approach to lighting lies in a very strict and uncompromising product philosophy grounded in simplicity. All elements must serve a light-related purpose. The result is a product line that displays simple and discreet designs ideally suited to all types of architecture across cultural styles.
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