Boston Lights Expo and Conference 2018

  • Wed, 11/07/2018

Visa Lighting will be exhibiting five brand new luminaires at Boston Lights Expo and Conference 2018


It's almost time for DLF New England's biannual Boston Lights Expo and Conference!

Architects, engineers, interior designers, and lighting designers will experience four different accredited seminars, as well as view the latest luminaires from manufacturers all over the country. 

Boston Lights Expo 2018 logo

November 13, 2018

West Waterfront, Boston




See what's new at Booth #81


This year, we're bringing new luminaires designed for a variety of applications.

You'll also get the chance to connect with Dave Bray, our new Regional Sales Manager for the Northeast, and Hans Nielsen, our Product Designer with helpful expertise on the light fixtures in the booth. They want to meet you and get your feedback! 


Boston Lights Expo 2018 exhibitor map
Lenga asymmetric dual overbed slot luminaires, showing at Boston Lights Expo 2018

Lenga is our new overbed dual slot fixture with asymmetric distribution. It provides multifunctional patient room lighting that doesn't hog ceiling or plenum space at 3" wide and 4" recessed.

Zume catenary pendants, exhibiting at Boston Lights Expo 2018

And Zume Out, one of our crowd-pleasing catenary pendants, is ready to represent modern outdoor lighting design capabilities. This globe-style pendant is stylish and organic for civic and hospitality spaces. 


Gig, a behavioral health task light exhibiting at Boston Lights Expo 2018

Gig is a personal task and reading light for behavioral health patient rooms. This compact luminaire operates with touch-dimming controls.

Symmetry fixture in White Light Disinfection™ mode, exhibiting at Boston Lights Expo 2018

The Symmetry family features 23" and 45" models of recessed ceiling luminaires with round, concave diffusers. Multiple sources available. 


Catena configurable direct/indirect pendant, exhibiting at Boston Lights Expo 2018

Catena is a direct/indirect pendant with multiple lengths that link together. The modes are separately switched for spaces like offices and classrooms where lighting needs vary throughout the day.