Lighting Companies in Cambridge, MA
Comprehensive list of Cambridge, Massachusetts based commercial and home lighting companies, designers and product suppliers.
City Lights 1st opened its doors in 1975, and for over 30 years, we currently have had the biggest and best collection of antique chandeliers and wall sconces in New England. City Lights sells both American and European lighting focusing on these styles: Aesthetic movement, Rococo, French Empire, Deco, and Victorian, as well as chandeliers we ornament to our own design.
Berg Lighting Design provides a complete spectrum of lighting consulting services to enhance architecture, landscape and fine art. Jeffrey T. Berg, AIA, LC, formerly a principal of Berg/ Howland Associates, brings over 28 years of knowledge designing lighting to complement institutional, commercial and domestic interiors as well as building facades, landscapes and public art.
The Aetna Corp Commitment: Superior quality service all the time. We continually aim to supply each of our commercial, industrial, institutional, and retail clients with prompt, professional, and proficient electrical and lighting services. Aetna Corp is a Northeast-based, complete service, lighting management firm.
At the dedication of Arsenal Arts, I projected quotes from a living history project onto the faade of the art center. The quotes swooped and scanned the building for six hours, bringing alive the people who had worked, built and populated the old arsenal and made it part of their community.
With backgrounds in architecture, interior design and art history, along with twenty years combined knowledge in the lighting field, our principal designers are committed to creating unique, functional and efficient designs within the built environment. Sladen Feinstein Integrated Lighting Incorporated is actively involved in the lighting and architectural communities through participation in professional
Birch & Willow's Bramble Sconce is featured in the April 2009 issue of Architectural Lighting. Birch & Willow's owner Katherine Ahern is featured in the February 2009 issue of Log Home Living. Making objects we love to live with is exhilarating and satisfying. Creating lighting is a very literal way of making our lives brighter and more pretty.
In the early 1970's we became interested in antique lighting design and its' relationship to architectural styles selling antique lights, furniture and accessories. During this time we found our interests focusing on antique lighting. We decided that the assortment of skills needed to properly place restored antique lights in renovated homes was a complete-time endeavor.
In the twenty-five years since we began our business, working out of one room in South Boston, Massachusetts, we've helped supply the correct lighting solution for many 100's of projects. Twenty-five years ago we represented just one tiny provider. Today we provide access to over 80 major manufacturers.