Sesile Strip Wall Light
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Design by Ron Rezek, 1998.
Made in the U.S.A. for Rezek by Artemide.
Wall mounted luminaire for diffused fluorescent lighting, particularly suited for bathroom mirror applications. Diffuser in sanded faceted glass or opal white acrylic. Body in extruded aluminum with anodized or white powder coated finish. End caps in die-cast aluminum in matte nickel plating or matte white powder coat finish. Mounting to standard electrical junction boxes at center of luminaire.
Material(s): Glass, Acrylic, Aluminum
- Sesile Strip 25: 6" W X 25" L X 2.75" Depth
- Sesile Strip 37: 6" W X 36.75" L X 2.75" Depth
- Sesile Strip 49: 6" W X 48.5" L X 2.75" Depth
Lamp Type: FLUORESCENT
- Sesile Strip 25: 2 X 14W T5/bi-pin linear fluorescent lamps, electronic ballast(not included)
- Sesile Strip 37: 2 X 21W T5/bi-pin linear fluorescent lamps, electronic ballast(not included)
- Sesile Strip 49: 2 X 28W T5/bi-pin linear fluorescent lamps, electronic ballast(not included)
Listing: UL, ADA, TITLE 24
Manufacturer Specifications: Click to download specifications.
Instructions: Click to download instructions.
Model(s): RD443210 RD443211 RD443220 RD443221 RD443230 RD443231
Ron Rezek designed the world's first contemporary-styled ceiling fan, the Stratos, in 1986. But his list of accomplishments in the design world is long and varied, from lifeguard equipment to contemporary lighting. In 1997, Ron started The Modern Fan Co. in Ashland, Oregon, which produces and sells only contemporary ceiling fans.
His ceiling fans have been widely used in hotels, restaurants, retail and institutional applications, and all types of residential projects.
Ron Rezek's Philosophy:
"I don't think contemporary means a stark white room. I think it means a tasteful alignment of important elements. There are some designers who copy the Modernists who have come before. But I think 'contemporary' is the pursuit of the new." "People assume that all contemporary fixtures are more functional than traditional ones. That is because contemporary fixtures are easier to clean and they seem to be more utilitarian based on their appearance. And because of their simplicity and lack of ornamentation, they also have an alliance with the industrial look. But all of this doesn't necessarily translate into function. The Modern Fan Co.'s fans are designed to be functional and energy efficient. This is part of being contemporary and pushing the edge. Energy efficiency is the wave of the future."
Rezek by Artemide
Minimalist, functional lighting design for the architectural interior. Ron Rezek believes that, "contemporary is the pursuit of the new". His designs are proof of this.
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