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NYC Lifeguard Station
New York City, New York

  • project NYC Lifeguard Station
  • architect Garrison Architects
  • lighting designer Cline Bettridge Bernstein Lighting Design
  • electrical planning Jacobs Engineering
  • photographer Jonathan Intravaia

In the after­math of Super­storm Sandy, New York’s beaches suf­fered damage to many struc­tures. The solu­tion was 37 per­ma­nent mod­u­lar struc­tures, spread through­out 15 sites in the New York City area.

These mod­u­lar build­ings, built to with­stand storms, fea­ture the Selux M125 and Sur­vivor. The Selux M125 and Sur­vivor were chosen for their high effi­ciency, ver­sa­til­ity, and high qual­ity. Both lumi­naires are water­proof, impact and vandal resis­tant. They are eco­nom­i­cal, aes­thet­i­cally inter­est­ing, and built to sur­vive the tough­est weather con­di­tions.

  • Survivor® 9 LED provides customers with a premium quality vandal-proof and tamper-resistant fixture that is aesthetically pleasing and suited to mounting conditions in areas requiring high levels of protection. Perfect for railway platforms, pedestrian bridges, tunnels, bus stations, overpasses, parking garages, sports complexes, and laboratories. Selux offers multiple LED options including LEDs in static 2700K, 3000K, 3500K, or 4000K CCTs at 80+ and 90+ CRI and RGBW. All LED options are within a 3-step MacAdam ellipse. Custom lumen outputs are also available upon request. A sleek and shallow fixture, its gentle curved form is especially suited for applications where an unobtrusive fixture is required, or to work within architectural lighting schemes. It is constructed of durable materials, cast aluminum end plates, an impact-resistant prismatic or glass shielding, stainless steel captive fasteners, and an extruded aluminum housing.
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