What's Next in Lighting Design? Interview With Niteo Lighting

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Lighting can make or break a space. Whether it is meant to frame an aura of elegance or if its presence simply inspires a sense of renewability, innovative lighting works in concurrence with advancing technologies to sustain the developing field of design. 

At Niteo Lighting, a truly contemporary perspective is taken when it comes to creating the perfect atmosphere for a client. The Modern Architect Radio Show and Podcast recently met with Key Anderson, Managing Partner at Niteo Lighting, for a lively conversation regarding innovative lighting design and where the industry's future is headed. 

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What's Next in Lighting Design? Interview With Niteo Lighting

Key Anderson, Managing Partner at Niteo Lighting

The term niteo has two definitions: 

  1. To shine, glitter, look bright 
  2. To bloom, thrive

As an ever-evolving company in business for over 30 years, Niteo Lighting aims to collaborate with their clients in sharp and engaging dialogue about each project, ultimately offering them a variety of solutions that fit the complexity of their needs. Tailoring these projects to the broad range of their clientele isn't easy; it takes a thorough understanding of visual media and computational analysis to fully execute lighting concepts that they develop, from private residences to bridges. Once executed, Niteo Lighting avidly works to maintain their craftsmanship so that it has a certain degree of sustainability for future generations to enjoy. 

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When it comes to the diversity of projects that the boutique consultants choose to take on, their clients depend upon imaginative teamwork and organized development. From international airports to local art installations, their clients enjoy a unique and singular experience within their versatile projects. At the Sacramento International Airport, Niteo combined high ceilings with vibrant, yet simple light fixtures to create a welcoming space for thousands of travelers. 

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Art Basel Outpost by Niteo Lighting

Niteo Lighting has a special connection with artists in the surrounding area. Light art, architecture, and interactive installations are just a few of the practices that the company executes for clients. The Art Basel Outpost in Miami is a grand depiction of this level of dedication. With colorful gradients and metal materials, this innovative lighting design exhibit provides viewers a worldly experience and unique perspective on lighting that focuses on art in addition to functionality. 

"When we begin a project, we primarily think of speed and budget."

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Pinterest Headquarters by Niteo Lighting

Anderson explains that at the initiation of any project he focuses his goals on two main elements: the project completion date and its overall budget. These two factors often present a challenge to designers at Niteo, and Anderson explains that staying within a proposed budget is actually one of the greatest accomplishments a company can achieve when working on a project. With Anderson's guidance, Niteo strives to execute projects that are reflective of their client's dreams and the unique style that they have accrued over 30 years of lighting design.

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nakl, Manufacturer • 2017

very good

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