Scalable lighting: New options from Sonneman

Sonneman's newest introductions include sculptural, architectural and multiform designs in floor, pendant and ceiling-mounted luminaires. Photo credit: Sonneman - A Way of Light

Lighting design firm Sonneman—A Way of Light recently held its largest product launch since the company’s refounding in 2003 with 180 new designs. 

“By integrating ever-advancing technology with timeless modern principles of form and function, we continue to innovate and create modern designs to illuminate and enrich spaces of many kinds,” said Robert Sonneman, the company's founder/creative director. “Today, Sonneman uses the efficient illuminating technology of LEDs and new technologies to apply and control throughout our extensive and growing range of over 2,000 products.”  

Spring 2020 introductions include scalable decorative architectural lighting systems, sleek designs for the bath and outdoor options that connect the interior to the exterior of a space as well as sculptural, architectural and multiform designs in floor, pendant and ceiling-mounted luminaires.  

Upgraded Showroom

Deepening the brand’s commitment to the Dallas Market Center, Sonneman recently added 3,000 square feet to its showroom footprint for a total of 9,000 square feet in Trade Mart 4804 in advance of the 2020 spring product introduction at Lightovation this month. The larger space and long-term lease agreement in Dallas will accommodate the brand’s future growth plans and recently expanded contemporary lighting offerings. 

The Sonneman showroom has a minimal aesthetic that puts the focus on the firm’s range of residential lighting as well as modular, scalable lighting systems with flexible configurations to accommodate larger contract projects. Similar to the Sonneman showroom at the New York Design Center, the Dallas Market Center showroom also offers a workspace for designers and retailers to collaborate on projects and product configurations.  

All 2020 introductions will be available through the Dallas Market Center, the New York Design Center and about 2,000 retailers throughout North America.