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Volume 2, Issue 1
Motive Lighting Wins a 2020
Red Dot Award for Product Design
The Red Dot motto “in search of good design and innovation” exemplifies Motive. Designed by Justin Champaign, Motive features some firsts for Landscape Forms, including an outdoor floor lamp and fixtures featuring a hidden light source and clear lens, which create sculptural light effects and an interesting visual experience.
Showing the halo effect of Motive wall lighting
Caption: A halo of light circling a wall-mounted fixture seemingly floats along a facade.
“The collaboration with Landscape Forms to bring Motive from design concept to production of an innovative crossover indoor/outdoor luminaire family has been rewarding and exciting,” says Champaign. “Their dedication and talent made this lighting line possible. The receipt of the Red Dot award is an honor to share with them.”
Motive designer Justin Champaign
Caption: Motive designer Justin Champaign looks over Motive prototype materials as part of the product design review process.
The international Red Dot jury recognized Motive from among 6,500 product entries. Motive joins the MultipliCITY collection and Torres lighting as Landscape Forms Red Dot award winners.
Motive area light
Caption: The luminaires’ neutral sculptural form addresses an array of applications for buildings and grounds, pathways, social spaces, and high-profile areas such as art installations and entrances.
Motive luminaires celebrate the beauty of light and its interaction with objects, architecture, and space, blurring the line between indoor and outdoor lighting to create out-of-the-ordinary settings. The Motive family includes area lights, a path light, a wall-mounted light, a pendant light, and a dramatic outdoor floor lamp. Each luminaire creates its own visual experience.
Motive pathway - way finding lighting
Caption: A downward cast of light on the area and path lights’ tapered poles creates an ombré effect.
Area lights are offered with a clear or diffused lens, in two pole heights, and in three distribution types. The path light has a diffused lens and two distribution types. The ADA-compliant wall-mounted light with diffused lens illuminates 360 degrees. The pendant light has a clear lens and lambertian distribution, and the outdoor floor lamp with point source light. Motive’s technologically advanced LED configuration creates smooth, even light; lamp and reflector design eliminates glare. Lights are offered in 2700K, 3000K, 3500K, and 4000K temperatures.