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Chandelier / Sconces – Interior

Type:

Product Design

Location

Perkins Rowe, Baton Rouge LA

Project Description

For the Main Hall at the Perkins Rowe, Sardi designed a massive 20 by 30 feet programmable chandelier, using a mix of LED lights, crystals and dimmable lights. The chandelier, used for Town Center events, receptions and general ambience, has become a center point of the development.

 

Sails – Product Design

Type

Product Design

Location / Client:

National Harbor – Washington, DC
The Peterson Companies

Product Description:

Sardi designed a unique ‘Media Sail’ for the mile long waterfront esplanade along the Potomac River at National Harbor. Each Sail was designed with a mast outfitted to accept a customized panel (‘the sail’) of media mesh, to provide programmable video images to support sponsorships, festivals and property branding. At the initial installation a fabric sail was used in combination with color changing LED lights to create ambient effects. The installation of media mesh is planned for a future sponsorship.

Marcellis – Product Design

Type:

Product Design

Locations

National Harbor, Washington, DC
Easton Town Center, Columbus, OH

Project Description

For the Alleé of fifty foot tall Sycamore’s lining National Harbor’s 4 block shopping Promenade, “The American Way,” Sardi developed a unique programmable LED fixture, the “Marcelli”.
The Marcelli’s were designed to allow for full show programming integration synch at the individual fixture level. Each of the Marcelli’s respond to the show control signal chain with pattern, color and brightness changes in synchronization to musical scores, program protocols and other systems inputs for hourly shows, as well as festival and holiday programs. The Marcelli’s also provide ambient light using a variety of patterns to add a sense of enchantment to the street. The hexagonal, acrylic form was designed to create a spectral halo, allowing fewer fixtures per tree to create the desired effect.