Tech Lighting is the brand of choice for architects, lighting designers, interior designers and design-savvy homeowners who seek the best in premier lighting. Uncompromised quality combined with leading innovation set Tech Lighting apart, earning the company numerous rewards and recognition in the industry.
Tech Lighting has won the LIGHTFAIR® (LFI®) Design Excellence Award (this is LFI's highest award and one of the most prestigious in the industry) an unprecedented three times—in 1999, 2003 and 2011. More recently, Tech has also won a LIGHTFAIR "Best in Category" Award, several Product Innovation Awards (PIAs) from Architectural Products and Architectural SSL magazines and the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) & Hospitality Design magazine's Award of Excellence.
"Our aim is to create products with a perfect balance of performance and design through our brand mandate of innovative thoughtful design, a deep appreciation for light performance, uncompromising quality, plus a robust passion for detail," said Tech Lighting CEO Josh Weiss.
Originally known as the industry leader in low-voltage rail systems and contemporary decorative fixtures, the Tech Lighting brand has successfully expanded well beyond its roots, dating back to 1988. Known for sophisticated, modern designs combined with the latest advancements in lighting technology and expert craftsmanship, the brand offers a wide variety of product categories for both residential and commercial spaces such as specification-grade downlights, low-voltage and line-voltage heads and pendants, wall sconces, ceiling fixtures, flush mounts, suspension pieces, bath bars, and LED undercabinet, display and cove lighting with its Unilume line.
As the lighting industry goes through a complete transformation made possible by LED technology, Tech Lighting embraces the change while striving to be an innovation leader in every facet of the business. The company also inspects every piece of glass for its fixtures and rejects 15 to 20 percent for even minor defects. All rejected glass is donated to a local manufacturer who recycles it to use in countertops.