Sparkling lights: Fire Farm Lighting's new products

Fire Farm Lighting launched three new products.

The FLAT sconce was designed by Adam Jackson Pollock. Some of the wide range of materials available include: colored acrylic, faux wood veneer, laminated fabric, custom-printed images, faux stone acrylic, specialty polymer sheets from vendors such as Lumicor, and aluminum metal patterned materials from Moz Design. The sconce can be created to match surfacing materials used in column wraps or wall coverings. This measures 24 inches high by 12 inches wide by 4 inches deep.

The ALUM 4664 was also designed by Adam Jackson Pollock. The sconce showcases a panel of aluminum foam in a simple, elegant form that accentuates the qualities of this unusual material. The process of creating this foam panel from recycled aluminum material leaves a sponge-like texture. The LED light source creates sparkling light through the naturally-formed, even holes that twinkle as users move around the fixture. Translucent white side diffusers allow light to cascade across the wall, emanating from behind the panel.  This measures 24 inches high by 12 inches wide by 4 inches deep.

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Meanwhile, PSYC 4392 is a sconce created from perforated round panels that generate variable moire patterns as users rotate the disks or move around the sconce. The patterns are dynamic, creating a psychedelic effect. Designed by Craig Bennett, this measures 36 inches high by 36 inches wide by 5 inches deep.

FLAT sconce

ALUM 4664

PSYC 4392


 

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