LED Soffit Lighting

LED Soffit Lighting



  • Elevator Lobby
  • Washington, DC

Lighting Sypnosis

Commercial Office Elevator Lobby
  • Dark Low-Lit Area
  • Space Lacked “Wow” Factor
  • Missed Branding Opportunity
  • Brighter Lobby
  • Decorative Modern Look
  • Indirect Uplighting
  • Color Changing Downlighting
An international pioneer in the aerospace industry, Airbus is a worldwide leader in designing, manufacturing, and delivering aerospace products, services, and solutions to customers. Similarly, Bay Lighting is connecting customers to solutions in the lighting industry and after meeting with Airbus about their elevator lobby lighting issues, Bay Lighting assisted with:
  • Design-Build
  • Product Selection
  • Installation
  • Warranty Work
The outcome resulted in a more modern, brighter lobby, pleasing to all constituents
Besides the obvious savings in labor and material, INFINA also removes the possiblity of any wiring issues, improper installation, or problematic dimming control.
Branded lighting will create a lasting impression on guests at your facility.

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