Case Studies
Our Process
Video Libary
Blog

"With discerning expertise in architecture, sculpture, and lighting, we specialize in understanding the vision for a space and use the art of light to accentuate the desired aesthetic." –Ryan Smith, President & Creative Director

A spirit of cutting-edge design and passion for excellence drives everything that happens at LightArt. For artisans and designers alike, the excitement lies in pushing the envelope on every custom piece, and finding entirely new ways to look at lighting.

 

1

 

DESIGN

Interested in using our fixtures in your next project? Great! We’re here to help. First, start by contacting your local sales representative. We’ll work with you to determine design intent and budget.

From there, our talented team of project managers will offer product and material suggestions, tailoring a solution to meet your needs.

500x500

2

 

ORDER

Once you’re ready to order, let us know the size and materials you want, along with any electrical and lighting requirements. With all projects, and especially commissioned pieces, be sure to note any site conditions that need to be taken into account.

After payment is recieved, we’ll carefully pack and ship your fixtures anywhere in the U.S. and Canada. We’re also happy to coordinate international shipments with the service of your choice.

3

 

INSTALL

In order to ensure easy installation, we provide technical drawings and detailed installation instructions. If you get stuck and any point, we’re just a simple phone call or email away!

For large-scale projects, we do offer installation assistance.

500x500

QUALITY GUARANTEE

We build everything by hand in Seattle, Washington using local, American-made components.

We take pride in delivering the finest light fixtures possible, and we will do everything in our power to make sure you are satisfied with your purchase.

By using durable, easy-to-clean materials, precision machining, and exacting attention to detail, we’re confident your LightArt fixtures will look great for years to come.

All of our LED fixtures come with a 5-year warranty and CFL fixtures have a 1-year warranty. For more information, please visit our Resources section.

  • FAQs

  • Can I have LED lamps instead of CFL?
  • Yes! We offer all of our fixtures with an available LED option. Depending on the project, the cost for this varies. Please contact your local Sales Rep or a Project Manager for more information.
  • Can I get a custom color?
  • Yes! While some fixtures have restrictions on the type and gauge of material used, you are able to select from the thousands of color and material combinations available from 3form. Please contact your local Sales Rep or a Project Manager for samples, options, and a quote.
  • Can I get a custom size or shape?
  • Yes! We are a highly-experienced custom shop and willing to take on any unique challenge. You can order any of the fixtures in our LightArt Collection in a custom size or commission a unique fixture to meet your specifications. However, please note that our standard sizes are designed based on optimal sheet yield to give you the best price. If you would like a custom size or shape, please contact your local Sales Rep or a Project Manager with your required dimensions to get a custom quote.
  • Why can’t I customize LA2 or RTG? Why do small changes add significant cost?
  • Our LA2 and RTG lines are standardized products that are carefully optimized for price and lead time. Any changes to the designs of these fixtures, even small ones, mean they are no longer part of the streamlined RTG/LA2 process, meaning added time to review the design, material changes, customized design drawings, and a customized workflow. Because of this, they are treated as custom work, and will incur higher development/fabrication costs as well as a longer lead time.
  • How does quantity affect price?
  • Price is closely tied to sheet yield, which is how many parts we can cut from one sheet. For example, when ordering a fixture in a custom material, we may be able to fit two or three sets of parts on one sheet, so the price difference to add that second or third would be low. However, sometimes adding just one more fixture may require an extra sheet, and therefore raise the unit price. Ultimately, it is a matter of balancing the number of fixtures per sheet. Every fixture is different, so size and quantities can work together to lower the price. Typically, as quantities increase, the price per fixture gets better.
  • I am a lighting distributor, can I get a wholesale price? I am a designer, do I get a discount?
  • We offer a direct sales model, and everyone is offered the lowest price possible. Depending on the quantity ordered, you may be eligible for a lower price per fixture. Please contact your local Sales Rep or a Project Manager for more information and a quote.