The asymmetric reflector system is both a lighting technique and a technology that has been incorporated into luminaires. Developed by Sy Shemitz and Ben Stahlheber, the different reflector shapes and came up with a design made of an ellipse and two parabolas that could illuminate a surface or a plane more efficiently and effectively than anything on the market at the time. The beauty of Shemitz’s concept for the asymmetric reflector design is that it allows light to create a luminous surface from a minimal setback. One of our sister lighting publication's 30 Moments in Lighting. Read the full story at Architectural Lighting.

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