MOMA Museum | New York, NY
CS Lighting | Lighting Designer: Shawn Kaufman
Submersible LEDs in pond and SFKs in interior space
Found almost a century ago, The Museum of Modern Art, commonly referred to as MoMA, is one of the preeminent art institutions in the world. Located in Midtown, New York City, MoMA also hosts a variety of events. For their yearly gala, MoMA enlisted the help of lighting diesng firm, CS Lighting. The Setting for the event was MoMA's Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden and indoors in the Marron Atrium. These amazing settings provided teh perfect backdrop for a variety of Acolyte lighting fixtures. In the pond, CS Lighting designers used submersible lighting to reflect off the water. For the dining portion of the evening, designers bathed MoMA's high ceilings with gramatically colored light. To do this, they used Acolyte's custom SFK fixture, a wall washing product often used for events. The SFK uses RGB, warm white, and cool white LEDs to output an enormous spectrum of colors, including a wide range of pastels.