Port Washington, New York--- Classic architectural styling and flattering light intersect in this open grid structure with an etched white glass layer. Modern Forms’ new Seismic sconce is accented with braces and struts in an elaborate design.  This versatile luminaire can be mounted vertically or horizontally as a vanity light in fine baths or as a wall sconce in corridors and other spaces.

Seismic offers an ADA compliant, low profile design to deliver a high styled architectural look for residential and commercial interiors.  The LED luminaire is CEC Title 24 Compliant and damp location listed.

The LED bath luminaire is crafted with Polished stainless steel. It dims down beautifully with an electronic low voltage (ELV) dimmer. Seismic is engineered with proprietary LED technology that eliminates the need for a transformer or driver.

Seismic delivers a long 80,000-rated hour life and a high lumen output of up to 3637 at a color temperature of 3000K.

The wall luminaire is available in three versions:  the 18-inch 25.5-watt model, the 27-inch 39-watts style, and the 37-inch 53-watt model.


About Modern Forms

Engineered to the finest detail for unsurpassed performance and design sophistication, Modern Forms was established by WAC Lighting as a future forward manufacturer and innovative brand of unique upscale LED luminaires.  Modern Forms is designed to complement a diverse array of architectural interiors and exteriors while delivering high quality, functional illumination for luxury homes, hotels and commercial spaces.

Modern Forms offers an impressive presentation of indoor and outdoor luminaires based on a concept to achieve superior illumination from clean upscale forms made possible with proprietary LED technology. Five powder coat finishes, marine-grade stainless steel, ADA and Dark Sky Compliance and a variety of sizes permit maximum versatility in style and application.

For more information, contact Modern Forms, A WAC Lighting Company.  Tel. 1.800.526.2588 Website:  www.MODERNFORMS.com.

Corporate headquarters are located in Port Washington, New York, with factories in New York, Ontario, California and Atlanta, Georgia.