Corbett, Hudson Valley and Troy Lighting Tapped to be an Official Esquire House 2010 Partner

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This year, Esquire Magazine tapped Los Angeles’ premiere designers, architects and artists to turn a local residence into a model of luxurious bachelor living. Esquire sought out Corbett Lighting, Hudson Valley Lighting and Troy Lighting (brands of industry leader- The Littman Group) to provide high-end, stylish lighting for three rooms of the 9,000-square-foot house, located in the heart of Los Angeles’ Hollywood Hills.

“We’re always seeking out opportunities to collaborate with the local design community and give back to charity; we’re proud to partner with Esquire on this incredible project,” said Steve Nadell, president of Corbett, Hudson Valley and Troy Lighting.

This year, Esquire Magazine tapped Los Angeles’ premiere designers, architects and artists to turn a local residence into a model of luxurious bachelor living. Esquire sought out Corbett Lighting, Hudson Valley Lighting and Troy Lighting (brands of industry leader- The Littman Group) to provide high-end, stylish lighting for three rooms of the 9,000-square-foot house, located in the heart of Los Angeles’ Hollywood Hills.

Worth an estimated $18.9 million, the 2010 Esquire House was redesigned with donations from companies like Corbett Lighting, Hudson Valley Lighting and Troy Lighting, as well as support from sponsors such as Lufthansa, Hugo Boss, Salvatore Ferragamo and Heineken. The house will go on the market after several celebrity charity events are held there in upcoming weeks. The star-studded grand opening of the 2010 Esquire House on Friday, October 15 was hosted by actress Sienna Miller, and proceeds from the event went to the International Medical Corps.

“We’re always seeking out opportunities to collaborate with the local design community and give back to charity; we’re proud to partner with Esquire on this incredible project,” said Steve Nadell, president of Corbett Lighting, Hudson Valley Lighting and Troy Lighting. Nadell continued, “The donation also lends itself to our philanthropic initiatives, as the charity events planned for the house will benefit causes we wholeheartedly support, such as City of Hope and Oceana.”

Corbett Lighting’s Bento Collection is featured in the DIY Network Screening Room, designed by Amy Matthews. Fixtures from Corbett Lighting’s Vertigo Collection are featured in the Heineken Music Lounge, designed by Lisa Delena. Hudson Valley Lighting’s Middlebury and Pelham Collections are featured in the Corum Study, designed by Mark Cutler. As an official Esquire House 2010 Partner, Corbett Lighting, Hudson Valley Lighting and Troy Lighting will be featured in the resource guide of the Esquire House Journal, which is poly-bagged with the December issue. The collaboration includes a partnership with the Pacific Design Center and will be featured on the DIY Network‘s one-hour TV special on the Esquire House, set to air in January 2011.

Corbett Lighting is part of The Littman Group, which includes: Corbett Lighting, Troy Lighting, Hudson Valley Lighting, CSL (Creative Systems Lighting) and Troy Landscape Lighting.

About Corbett Lighting
For more than 40 years, Corbett Lighting has created and manufactured beautiful lighting for residential, hospitality and commercial/contract markets. Corbett’s superb craftsmanship and revered aesthetic principles create light fixtures that ultimately define the sophisticated rooms they grace. From bias cut crystals to delicate Japanese papers, Corbett uses only the most stylized and unique materials. Corbett’s tenacious manufacturing standards and commitment to superior design consistently produce breathtaking and singular pieces that make Corbett the leader in high-quality lighting. In adhering to its commitment to accommodate a wide spectrum of projects and applications, Corbett Lighting also produces a wide selection of ADA compliant wall sconces and indirect pendants. Its inclusive, on-site manufacturing facility enables Corbett to provide custom lighting solutions that exceed even the most exacting standards. To learn more about Corbett Lighting, visit: http://www.corbettlighting.com.

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