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Nelo Family

Designed by Hubbell Lighting (Current)

NELO is the culmination of Litecontrol’s five decades of architectural slot experience and superior optical capabilities coupled with a modern, open design architecture.

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Gallery XL LED Canopy Mount Luminaire

Designed by Con-tech

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  • Cylindrical body constructed of die-cast aluminum to provide thermal management

  • Mono-Point Canopy Housing is constructed of cast aluminum, may be ceiling or wall mounted

  • Lockable, precision aiming adjustment: 360°+ aiming horizontal, 220° vertical rotation

  • Precision engineered Dual Lens Optic used for Very Narrow Spot (VN) and Narrow Spot (NS) beam distributions. Design provides a tight beam angle and field to highlight target objects with minimal stray illumination.

  • Specular Aluminum Reflectors used for 24° Medium, 42° Flood, and 51° Wide Flood beam distributions. Optically engineered for even illumination and glare control.

  • Full collection of accessories to produce a myriad of filtering and framing effects

  • Luminaire can accept up to two (2) LF20 Lenses/Filters, LA-45 Honeycomb Louver, FA-94 Snoot or BD94-B Black Barn Doors, ordered separately. Snoot or Barn Door count as one (1) piece.

  • Select from 2700K, 3000K, 3500K and 4000K color temperatures; CRI of 80 min., 83 typical; high CRI of 90+ available

  • Dimming is standard for all wattage options using compatible 120V TRIAC/ELV or 120/277V 0-10V dimming systems.
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AlgorithmDesign by Toan Nguyen

for Vibia

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Graduating from the ENSCI (Paris) in 1995, Toan Nguyen pursued his training in Barcelona with Alberto Lievore, moving to Milan in 1996, where not long after he took over as head of Antonio Citterio’s design department, with whom, for nearly ten years he was to sign lines for, among others, Axor-Hansgrohe, B&B Italia, Flos, Iittala, Kartell, Technogym, and Vitra. In 2009 he founded his own studio in Milan, subsequently embarking on a series of successful collaborations with several major brands in high-quality industry and fine craftmanship in Europe, North America, and Asia, on furniture, lighting, ceramics, as well as on technological products. 


For Toan Nguyen design is a discipline intimately bound up with the object, in the traditional sense of the term. Priority is given to physical relationships with users—to them sitting, washing, lighting, etc. Displaying an immediate sense for meaningful utilization, precedence is accorded to intelligible forms and optimized manufacturing processes, without, however, ever neglecting the sensuality of materials and the emotional impact of the object. 


Toan Nguyen’s creative individuality has been acknowledged by flagship contemporary design brands such as Vibia, Dedon, Laufen, Fendi Casa, Coalesse, Teknion, Studio TK, Viccarbe, Walter Knoll, Lema, Busnelli, RH, among others, a substantial number of whose creations have been awarded prestigious international prizes.

Toan Nguyen is the designer of the Algorithm pendant lamp collection . This collection fuses beauty and geometry within a lighting system filled with magic.

Vibia offers pendants and chandeliers where the user can choose between predefined references or create a space specific version of the product in order to adapt perfectly to the space in question.

The Algorithm collection is composed of pressed glass encompassed spheres of LED light suspended at different heights and attached to the ceiling via a floating tubular structure.

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Warehouses and distribution centers (DCs) have expanded with the increase in the amount and selection of goods available across the country. Requirements for factories and wider distribution of perishable goods have driven regional distribution centers (RDCs) to service factories and consumers.

Hubbell Lighting has put together a page dedicated to the products tailored for these requirements.

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