Lucifer Lighting Introduces Elegant New Monopoint Luminaires with Alumina™ Finishes for Hospitality, Residential Applications

Lucifer Lighting, known for designing and engineering high-quality, unobtrusive architectural lighting, has expanded its offerings with new, adjustable Monopoint fixtures which are now available with Alumina™ anodized aluminum finishes. These new Monopoint luminaires encapsulate the pristine, beautiful and minimal design aesthetic characteristic of Lucifer Lighting.

Lucifer’s new Monopoint fixtures (CM1 2.6” and CM2 3.25”) have been developed with adaptability in mind. They can either be ceiling or wall mounted with a stem specifiable up to 1’, and three mounting means enhance their versatility: zero-sightline, a junction box mounting plate, and a ceiling mount junction box. However, their true differentiability rests with their ability to be tilted with a full 90 degrees of adjustability in the field, i.e. rotation and room-side hot aiming from nadir to 90 degrees. This is achieved via a concealed, inventive “J-shaped” elbow on the stem concealed within the housing of the fixture.

“The Monopoint has a vertical stem which appears to be aimed only straight down, but in fact it has a concealed mechanism for adjustment laterally,” explains Gilbert Mathews, Lucifer Lighting Founder & CEO. “The distinctive industrial design will draw smiles and delight.”

For both the CM1 and CM2 Monopoints, Lucifer has introduced five new anodized aluminum finishes with either brushed metal or matte surface treatments. These new options are in addition to standard powdercoated options or custom RAL matching; they include Obsidian, Dark Patinated Bronze, Light Patinated Bronze, Aged Aluminum and Cast Brass body finishes.

The new Monopoint fixtures are installed at the Lucifer Lighting San Francisco showroom for in-person viewing by appointment. More details on the new offerings can be found at:

About Lucifer Lighting
Lucifer Lighting creates innovative, precision-engineered lighting solutions that designers and architects depend upon to illuminate their most beautiful spaces. For 40 years, this family-owned, San Antonio, TX-based company has led the industry by designing and manufacturing lighting fixtures with the slimmest profiles, most compact housings, and maximum light from the highest-quality sources. You’ll find their products from the Instagram office in New York to the Natural History Museum in London, the Beverly Hills Hotel, the Wynn Hotels in Macau and Cotai, the Microsoft headquarters in Sweden, the San Francisco Museum of Art, and Polo Ralph Lauren stores worldwide. Lucifer Lighting’s goal has always been the same: to light the world’s most beautiful spaces.

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