A complex application finds a solution in iLight Catenary Ring Luminaires
Perched along the Potomac River, within a short walk of the National Mall was a mile-long stretch of waterfront property underutilized by residents and ignored by tourists. That all changed with a $2.5 billion development that transformed the area into a new and bustling 24-acre neighborhood known as “The Wharf” or “District Wharf.” It is now an attraction for local residents and tourists alike.
Features include concert venues, retailers, restaurants, hotels, residences, businesses, and the restored, historic Oyster Shed, now part of the new Washington Fish Market, and adjacent to the floating Municipal Fish Market, the oldest continuously operating open-air fish market in the United States. The main public plaza is the perfect spot for taking in the scenic views, both of the water and also overhead, where 15 rings of iLight Plexineon, seem to float aloft at night time.