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New Fixtures for 2018

Boyd launches two fixture series for 2018: Elements and Totem. One recessed and minimal and the other mid-century and decorative, both are inherently Boyd, combining style and performance. Focusing on creative and beautiful designs, energy efficiency and the supremely flawless finishes you trust, Boyd’s engineers and craftspeople have come up with two unique options for residential, commercial and hospitality spaces.

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We asked "Why Boyd" to Handel Architects

With large-scale, multi-unit residential projects and smaller-scale hospitality projects, Handel Architect's emphasis on quality of design and fabrication draws them repeatedly to Boyd Lighting. In this interview with Director of Interiors, Richard Felix-Ashman learn why they choose Boyd for both residential and hospitality projects. 

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2017 Brand Campaign: The Two Sides of Boyd

Boyd's new brand campaign highlights technology and new design. "The new Architectural Series uses the latest in LED technology and the Decorative Series features unique and beautiful designs," said CEO, Jay Sweet. "Both sides are tied together by Boyd's proclivity for superior manufacturing and outstanding quality you can trust."

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Boyd Lighting at the San Francisco Opera

In the fall of 2016, as Boyd Lighting's 95th year was coming to a close, a new fixture was released from the Boyd Archives. The aptly named Opera House Ceiling flush mount combined a faceted glass shade and cast sunburst ceiling plate whose history dates back to 1932 and the grand opening of San Francisco's War Memorial Opera House. Inside the historic landmark are numerous Boyd fixtures which continue to light the opera today, including those that inspired the new fixture.

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Remembering the Building that was a Light Fixture

Go back in time with an October 1996 Interior Design Magazine article entitled "Sweetness and Light" which explains the many ways light is manipulated throughout Boyd Lighting's former San Francisco head quarter. Learn how the project’s dream team of Richard Brayton, David Darling, Michael Vanderbyl, Jay Sweet, Chris Ripman, Steven Tipping, and Uwe Dobers turned 944 Folsom into a building that was also a light fixture.

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Sophisticated Cage Pendants for Every Style