Ecosense expands presence in the architectural linear lighting market with strategic acquisition
Los Angeles, CA – January 10, 2019 – Ecosense®, a fast-growing LED technology company, announced today that it has acquired Lumium Lighting. Lumium Lighting is a privately owned, CA-based lighting company that specializes in the design and development of architectural linear lighting. Ecosense and Lumium both share similar values, development and innovation philosophies. This acquisition allows Ecosense to expand its presence in the architectural linear market, which coupled with the company’s other products will enable Ecosense to fully compete in the tier one, general office space. “Lumium’s specifier-grade product portfolio is a great complement to our brand,” said Mark Reynoso, CEO of Ecosense Lighting. “We are thrilled to partner with Ecosense and leverage their key strengths, including new technology development, manufacturing efficiencies, and global sales expertise,” said Jordan Kloos and Jeff Mitchell, Co-Principals of Lumium Lighting.
Ecosense is an LED technology company. Recognized by the likes of Red Dot for innovation and design, as well as Inc. 500 and Deloitte Technology Fast 500 for consistently making their fastest growing companies lists, we serve a creative class of artists and designers and have been fortunate to light the most coveted spaces on earth. Ecosense strives to invent, inspire, and reshape how the world understands and interacts with artificial light.
Inspired by creativity, motivated through innovation, and dedicated to producing visually stunning and high performing light fixtures, Lumium is a company passionate about lighting. Holding to the belief that form and function can be intertwined to create efficient works of architectural art, Lumium is driven to produce stylishly designed and engineered linear lighting fixtures.
Light Tuned for Health: Fad or Future?
May 22, 2019 – Philadelphia, PA
What will it really take to implement biologically-effective lighting that materially elevates the user experience?
Much has been said about artificial light and its effects on the circadian rhythm that impact a person’s well-being and health. Yet, current solutions have not yet reached mass appeal – perhaps, in part, because of the confusion and contradictory information that still exists in the marketplace. Bringing together a panel of innovators and experts, join us as we explore current challenges and discuss new paradigms that will be needed to dramatically alter our understanding and care for the human body through the medium of light.