SunCentral Wins Architizer A+ Award For SunBeamer 500
–SunBeamer Skylight Recognized as a Leading New Architectural Lighting Product, Can Be Controlled with Smartphone–
LOS ANGELES, May 4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — SunCentral, Inc., a leading innovator in bringing daylight to multi-story buildings, today announced that its SunBeamer 500 skylight has won the Architizer A+ Award in the Lighting: Architectural Lighting category.
The SunBeamer 500 skylight, which can be controlled with a smartphone, uses cutting edge technology to bring natural sunlight indoors in an environmentally friendly and cost-efficient manner. Importantly, the lighting system also helps promote healthier and more comfortable and productive indoor environments, by streaming filtered sunlight to a designated area inside a building, regardless of sun position, and without excessive glare or solar heat gain.
“To be recognized and presented with the Architizer A+ Award is both gratifying and inspiring, especially given the number and quality of entries in our category,” said Guthrie Cox, chief executive officer of SunCentral. “Our team’s goal was to provide a new solution that brings the wellness benefits associated with natural sunlight indoors. It is a testament to our team’s focus on innovation that the SunBeamer has drawn keen interest for its form and function and been recognized as a leading solution by some of the world’s best architects and builders.”
The Architizer A+ Awards is an international contest with more than 60 categories and over 300 judges with proven credentials in the architectural world. Winners were selected for recognition based on excellence in Form, Function and Innovation.
SunCentral, began operations in 2010 to create a new era in the lighting industry and is the leading supplier of premium hybrid lighting and daylighting products for office, healthcare and retail facilities. SunCentral has a presence in Los Angeles, Santa Clara, and Vancouver, British Columbia. For more information, visit http://www.suncentralinc.com. Follow us on Twitter @SunCentral.