Coopersburg, Pa.–based lighting controls company Lutron opened its ninth worldwide Commercial Experience Center in Manhattan, N.Y., earlier this week. Located in the NoMad neighborhood, the space showcases the company's technology in mock commercial and residential layouts, with an emphasis on Lutron's human-centric lighting controls and smart daylighting technology by recently acquired Ketra.
Lutron moved to its new location after almost a decade at 1 Penn Plaza in Midtown. Some of the company's other existing commercial centers are located in Washington, D.C., Toronto, and Irvine, Calif.
Lutron's New York Commercial Experience Center is open for visits by appointment only; Architectural Lighting attended the press preview as an invited guest of Lutron.
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Katharine Keane is the former senior associate editor of technology, practice, and products for ARCHITECT and Architectural Lighting. She graduated from Georgetown University with a B.A. in French literature, and minors in journalism and economics. Previously, she wrote for Preservation magazine. Follow her on Twitter.