To reinforce the impact and importance of light in a space, Lutron erected a tiny home in the parking lot of the Glendale, Ariz., Renaissance Hotel and Spa, just a few hundred feet outside the main Lightapalooza exhibit floor.
The 400-square-foot “tiny home” was designed and built by Phoenix-based company Cavco and the integrator was Jesse Silva from PAVE. The home included 13 Lutron Palladiom wire-free shades, which have a minimal profile and refined aesthetic; five Palladiom keypads, which feature an intuitive design with backlit buttons and engraved text for a sleek, minimalist look; and a variety of Ketra intelligent lighting solutions, including S30 lamps, an S30 track, A20 lamps, and Lightbar Slim undercabinet lighting.
The home gave visitors the opportunity to experience the features of Ketra lighting, including Natural Show, which shows your lights’ color temperature shifting over the course of the day to match sunlight, plus other features like vibrancy, high-def palette, .1 percent dimming range, and warm dim features.
“Lutron is thrilled to make its Lightapalooza debut in a unique and experiential way,” says David Weinstein, vice president of residential sales. “Demonstrating the lifestyle-enhancing benefits of Ketra lighting solutions and Palladiom wire-free shades in an actual home setting is a powerful tool that will help dealers better understand the business-building opportunity that comes with incorporating these products into their projects.”
The tour was led by Abbi Gamm, collaboration studio manager at Ketra in Austin.