The following two videos, produced by Knoll, discuss the history and heritage of the design-forward company.
Designer Michael McCoy has been selected to serve on a panel of judges for the 2012 American Society of Interior Design Design Awards. These awards honor those who have made significant contributions toward the advancement of the interior design profession, while exemplifying a commitment to enhancing quality of life for all. The recipients will be honored at an awards celebration during ASID’s 2012 conference and featured in ICON Magazine.
Now in their third year, the Interiors & Sources Readers’ Choice Awards are judged and selected by readers of the magazine. The Awards encompass multiple categories, including flooring, seating, lighting, wall covering and more. According to Interiors & Sources, the voting was close this year in several categories—attesting to the high caliber of the products considered.
A visually striking fusion of form and function, Horizon is the first LED task light to utilize Thin Film LED Technology. Horizon overcomes the weaknesses of conventional LED lights by offering brilliant 3000K illumination and excellent light distribution in a slender profile. With a Color Rendering Index (CRI) of 80, Horizon uses a number of high-intensity micro LEDs that surround several layers of polycarbonate and optical films to create an ultra-wide footprint of warm, glare-free light that casts only one shadow on the work surface. Its built-in dimmer control offers seven settings for dimmability, providing both energy savings and customizable levels of illumination. The Interiors & Sources Readers’ Choice: Best Products of 2011 Award adds to Horizon’s long list of accolades, which includes the 2011 Red Dot Design Award, the 2011 Spark:Pro Award at the Spark level, the 2011 Green GOOD DESIGN Award, among many others.
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From November 11–14, Michael McCoy will be visting the Cranbrook Academy of Art.