Museum of Jewish Heritage

New York City, New York, USA

Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo Architects, NY in collaboration with Spagnola & Associates, NY designed a stunning and other-worldly dedication at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, in New York City, using a custom designed Lumina™ panel. The panels are illuminated along the top and bottom edges with high intensity white LED lights.

Light emission occurs in a custom gradient pattern that creates a halo around the rows of letters in the center and then gradually fades towards the periphery. The slightly cool temperature of the LED lights offers a starry contrast to the warm glow of the stainless steel dedication.

Material:

Lumina™

Pattern:

Random (with custom Gradient)
Higher density of light points around the letters for "halo"effect

Color & Finish:

Clear-Clear-Clear

Size:

60" x 120"

Thickness:

1-1/2"

Grain Width:

Classic (1/4")

Grain Direction:

Parallel to the 120" dimension

Illumination:

Edge-Lit top and bottom
White High Intensity LED 5000K

Light Emission:

Face
Light Point Density (LPD) - Custom

Detailing:

Custom Patterning
Edge Polishing
Made to finish size