Lumetta’s Echo and Shadow Pendants are Central to The Flower Mound Public Library
The Flower Mound Public Library reopened after doubling in size to better meet the needs of the town’s growing population.
Just 20 years old, the library building systems needed updating, and the growth in the area created demand for expanded space and services.
Space added on the northern side (12,035 sf) and southern side (4,126 sf) nearly doubled the original library size and included a teen lounge, digital markers’ space, additional study rooms, and small group meeting rooms, as well as a children’s story time room and a quiet reading room.
Komatsu Architecture and Hossley Lighting and Power Solutions were contracted to work on the lighting design and quickly chose Lumetta’s Echo 33” Pendant as well as the Shadow Box 27” Pendant to illuminate the public library. These unique statement lighting solutions served as the focal points within the building—not only illuminating but creating a piece of art that has a contemporary flair.
The Echo pendant represents the eye-catching combination of light + geometry + pattern, creating an ultramodern look. The fixtures deliver both illumination and texture to the space suggesting subtle movement and delivering a close encounter with the art of light.
The Shadow luminaire offers the juxtaposition of a translucent shade layered over our propriety diffusing Lumenate® shade for vivid yet subtle lighting. Our dedicated research and development team has established a foundation of versatile materials that allow enormous design potential.
Photography: Kim Smith, Hossley Lighting and Power Solutions