LED Corporations Completes Work on New South Beach Anthropologie Location Miami

LED Corporations announces the completion of the much talked about captivating lighting project designed and installed at the new South Beach Anthropologie store located at 801 Lincoln Road in Miami, FL.

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The lighting fixture of choice was the ’ 50-watt RGB LED outdoor Flood lights that are DMX controlled were specified for the project to create a multicolored look washing against the building’s architectural steel beams. LED Corporations LED lighting products were purchased specifically for the project by property management firm Terranova Corporations, the property management firm responsible for the development of the new Lincoln Road Anthropologie location.

“We are pleased that our innovative LED lighting products have been selected for use in this project. We strive to design and produce products that are both functional and lend themselves to achieving the artistic ideals of project designers,” says LED Corporations CEO, Anthony Florence.

The Miami South Beach building housing the Anthropologie store is designed by architect Shulman + Associates. The new location is positioned mere blocks away from Anthropologie’s current South Beach location. Anthropologie’s new shop features 2,000 square feet of ground floor retail space coupled with the building’s entire second floor, totaling 10,000 square feet. The project will connect existing structures with a new 27,077 square-foot property featuring an eye-catching glass exterior.

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