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Selux's Inula Bol­lard was chosen for the Aspen House at Summit Sky Ranch

Selux's Inula Bol­lard was chosen for the Aspen House at Summit Sky Ranch

Summit Sky Ranch is a devel­op­ing com­mu­nity of 240 single-family homes located in the Blue River Valley, 2 miles north of Sil­ver­thorne, Col­orado. The goal of the com­mu­nity devel­op­ers is to create homes with clean lines that meet organic shapes, allow­ing the archi­tec­ture to fit in with the land­scape rather than alter­ing the land­scape for the archi­tec­ture. Owners are able to con­nect with nature with active moun­tain lifestyles.

The Selux Inula Bol­lard was chosen for the Aspen House at Summit Sky Ranch due to its sophis­ti­cated, clean lines, com­ple­ment­ing the design lan­guage of the com­mu­nity. With no up light, the IDA Approved ​“Dark Sky Friendly” Inula is an envi­ron­men­tally con­scious light­ing fix­ture, keep­ing light on the paths rather than in the sky. Com­bin­ing full four-quad­rant light engines with others depend­ing on the need and loca­tion, allowed dif­fer­ent light­ing pat­terns to be achieved on forest path­ways and park­ing areas.

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Selux UK LTD

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Selux UK Ltd have been providing innovative cutting edge lighting solutions for nearly 70 years. Partnering lighting designers and architects to realise their visions, Selux specialise in high public realm luminaires, gobo solutions, sustainable...
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