Juno Lighting Group Donates Indy ChromaControl LED Downlights to Ronald McDonald House, Long Island

Indy ChromaControl LED Downlights are a part of Pavarini Design’s en suite bedroom that is intended to provide a soothing, healing environment for children undergoing medical treatments and their families.
Juno Lighting Group Donates Indy ChromaControl LED Downlights to Ronald McDonald House, Long Island
Indy ChromaControl LED Downlights are a part of Pavarini Design’s en suite bedroom that is intended to provide a soothing, healing environment for children undergoing medical treatments and their families.<br />DES PLAINES, Ill. — Jan. 26, 2015 — Juno Lighting Group®, a leader in high-quality, commercial and residential lighting solutions, today ...

DES PLAINES, Ill. — Jan. 26, 2015 — Juno Lighting Group®, a leader in high-quality, commercial and residential lighting solutions, today announced that it has donated its Indy ChromaControl LED Downlights with color tuning and tunable white technology to New York-based Pavarini Design as part of the design firm’s involvement in phase two of Project Design with the Ronald McDonald House Long Island (RMH-LI). RMH-LI is located in New Hyde Park, New York, and is the 100th House of over 300 Ronald McDonald House programs worldwide intended to provide a “home-away-from-home” for families to stay close to their hospitalized child at little or no cost.

Led by the local interior design industry, Project Design is an initiative to remodel several areas of the RMH-LI such as existing bedrooms, common areas and kitchens, as well as create new spaces such as a fitness area and meditation room. In line with the mission of the RMH-LI, the project is intended to provide a more calm and restful healing environment for children undergoing medical treatment and their families.

As part of the project, Pavarini Design remodeled suite bedroom 404 for RMH-LI. The en suite bedroom was created with the theme, “Healing Through Color and Light,” and is intended to help families decompress and rejuvenate by incorporating the healing qualities of form, color and light. To further a chromatherapy design concept that Pavarini Design employed throughout the suite, the Indy ChromaControl LED downlights will provide color-changing effects on the mosaic tile bathroom mural and entrance foyer walls in the suite.

“We are honored to have the Indy ChromaControl LED downlights play a role in Project Design and support Pavarini Design in creating a soothing environment for the children and families staying at the Ronald McDonald House in Long Island,” said Jeff Spencer, director of product management and market development, Juno Lighting Group.

For more information about Juno Lighting Group, please visit www.junolightinggroup.com.

About Juno Lighting Group

Founded in 1976, Juno Lighting Group is an industry leader in offering high-quality, energy-efficient commercial and residential lighting solutions. Under the Juno Lighting Group umbrella, the company comprises six product brands: Juno®, Indy™, AccuLite™, Aculux®, NaviLite® and DanaLite. Juno Lighting Group is a Schneider Electric company, a global specialist in energy management.

www.junolightinggroup.com

Pavarini Design

Pavarini Design is a full-scale design firm specializing in architecturally-based interior design. Projects are professionally guided from renovation to decoration to achieve a complete interior design concept. The firm is a leader in creating successful design that exhibits a very high taste level, style component and refined sense of drama.  Blending historical elements in new ways that merge tradition with the contemporary, their masterful techniques merge new and old along with cutting-edge lighting design in most original fashion.

www.pavarinidesign.com

About the Ronald McDonald House of Long Island

The Ronald McDonald House of Long Island is the 100th House of over 300 Ronald McDonald House programs worldwide. Located in New Hyde Park on the campus of the Steven and Alexandra Cohen Children’s Medical Center of New York, the House accommodates families in a warm and supportive environment. For 29 years, RMH-LI has been a home-away-from-home for over 20,000 families in the United States and more than 80 countries around the world who are dealing with the pain of having a child undergoing medical treatment at nearby hospitals.

For more information about RMH-LI, log on to www.rmhlongisland.org, www.facebook.com/rmhli,www.instagram.com/rmhli and www.twitter.com/rmh_li.

Source: www.junolightinggroup.com