The Wire (June 2011)

The Marea

Fanimation introduces The Marea, a one-blade ceiling fan that features high-profile designs and energy-saving technology. Offered in an oil-rubbed bronze finish with an amber-frosted acrylic blade or a satin-nickel finish with a white-frosted acrylic blade, The Marea comes with three sets of double downrods — 12, 18 and 36 inches — that enable the fan to suspend from ceilings of varying heights. The fan comes in three forward speeds and three reverse speeds and includes a wall-mount remote control.

WAC Lighting “Sultan” Glass Pendant

WAC Lighting
Available in incandescent or dimmable Energy Star Compact Fluorescent Light (CFL) versions, WAC Lighting introduces “Sultan,” a mouth-blown regal blue art glass pendant. With its rich, glossy finish, vibrant colors and energy-efficient 13-watt self-ballasted GU24 CFL, the 12-inch-by-8.5-inch pendant includes a shade and adapter, which also can be used with the company’s Canopy Mount, 120-volt Track Systems, FLEXRAIL1 or FLEXRAIL2.

Chauvet MiN Lasers

Chauvet is releasing MiN Laser FX, MiN Laser RGX and MiN Laser Star, three ultra-compact, palm-sized plug-and-play lasers, which project thousands of red and green laser beams to create circles, lines, stars, dots and more onto any surface. Weighing less than a pound, the lasers are controlled by a wireless infrared remote control, feature automated and sound-activated programs and include two mounting stands (truss or tabletop).

Soleil Outdoor Curved Lounge Collection

Modern Line Furniture
Modern Line Furniture introduces its new Soleil All-Weather Outdoor Furniture Collection. The contemporary outdoor lounge sectional furniture comes in many shapes with a richly designed rattan. The modular furniture features UV-resistant materials and distinct cushion colors. Modern Line also offers professional space-planning concepts, architectural drawings and furniture-specification services.


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