Unique lighting experience: Square sconce by LightArt

Using LightArt’s signature diffuser capabilities and over 250 color options, the collection also comes with a new custom opaque shade option.

LightArt has launched the Square sconce.

In addition to the new square shape, which is a first for the Seattle lighting company, the Square sconce also use color and LEDs to create a unique lighting experience. Using LightArt’s signature diffuser capabilities and more than 250 color options, the Square sconce collection also comes with a new custom opaque shade option.

The glow from the white solid-state LEDs reflects off the colored interior shade onto the surface creating a color display. The ultra thin-gauge, lightweight shade material (made from 3form’s Varia Ecoresin) allows the LEDs to shine and draw attention to the light display, which can match a particular aesthetic, act as a wayfinding tool or reinforce a brand identity. Each sconce has a white backplate that mounts to a standard junction box in a wall. A 0-10V dimming compatibility and 3000K, 81 CRI with a 120-227V input. The fixtures feature UL compliant components.

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