When The Westin Boston Waterfront’s lighting systems were discussed as a possible avenue to reduce energy consumption, the hotel turned to North American lighting leader and locally-headquartered OSRAM SYLVANIA, for an energy-efficient, high-quality lighting solution that would help the Westin and Starwood achieve their energy reduction goals..
Boston Interiors sought to reduce operating costs. Having identified lighting as an area that could offer significant savings, cost and energy savings was not the only priority for Boston Interiors. As a retailer that prides itself on quality and style, it was critical to Boston Interiors that its lighting provide excellent color rendering to highlight its quality furniture and catch customers’ eyes.
In 2010 the city of Lima, OH, began exploring new outdoor lighting systems to replace its existing 175W metal halide lamps. The city sought to upgrade its previously installed lighting technology with a system that would deliver cost and energy savings, as well as reduce maintenance costs while still sufficiently lighting its streets to ensure residents’ safety.
"I try to constantly try new things, to get outside of my comfort zone,” said Cinematographer Shelly Johnson. “I want to see what these new products can do and what they can’t – that’s how my bag of tricks gets bigger, and the KREIOS Daylight & Tungsten remote phosphor LED panels in Captain America are a great example of that.”
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