Embry-Riddle’s Student Union in Daytona Beach, Florida is a vibrant hub for student learning and engagement Due to its curving structures and planes, the designers could not employ a single organized lighting solution. Additionally, the designers foresaw the challenges of integrating light into the complex curve surfaces; they did not want too much labor-intensive onsite construction that the ceiling coves with their precise knife edges and complex curves would require. For this challenge Enrique Garcia-Carrera from Fisher Marantz Stone selected Apogee Lighting’s Ghost Cove Knife Edge.
“We were very excited to be included in this amazing new facility” shared Jim Hunter, the new CEO at Apogee Lighting, “and appreciate the support from Fisher Marantz Stone on this project.”
Apogee Lighting’s Ghost Cover family includes Dynamic White, and a full range of Static White colors with varied output options. In addition to the Knife Edge used on this project, they also offer Square Edge and GLX formats.