When HKIT Architects designed the interior for Rotary Terrace Senior Housing in South San Francisco, they sought a balance between the practical and the aesthetic. Senior Interior Designer Sonja Marck found these attributes in Lumetta’s drums and taper pendants which were selected and appointed throughout the lobby and social areas.
For this project, the fixtures were used to provide accent to the public spaces where residents gather. “We like Lumetta and often use them on our projects. Their lines offer a lot of variety and color options,” Sonja shares.
Luminaires featured on this project are P53414 34” OD x 14″ H drum pendants using D60 MT Natural (Lumenate® Fiber collection) and taper pendants 32” OD x 25” H each, wrapped in D12 Grain (Lumenate® Earth collection), both with etched white bottom lens. Not shown but also used are 34” OD and 23” OD surface mounts featuring D12 Grain (Lumenate® Earth collection) with etched white bottom lens.
Sonja especially favors the taper pendants installed in the Community room as they complement the two-story space and reflects its warmth with the wood tone finish chosen on the shade.
The beautiful new development, recently opened, provides 81 homes for seniors, a project between Beacon Development Group and the Rotary Club of South San Francisco.
Image: Abraham & Paulin Photography