Custom Lighting

Tailored Luminaire Design and Product Modifications

Many of our innovative custom lighting designs can be seen in our application gallery


Lighting design sometimes requires luminaires that can be tailored to the specifier's project. Whether you started with a napkin sketch or a "hmm...what if?..." inspiration while browsing for existing products, our Applications Engineers and Product Designers can collaborate with you to complete your vision. 

Custom Lighting—from Start to Finish

Our product designers and engineers are accustomed to developing innovative fixture designs every year—just look at our newest luminaire families.

If you have a specific design in mind, our teams can help you actualize that idea. With their LED expertise and manufacturing knowledge, they can work with you to produce something truly unique that still adheres to Visa Lighting standards for efficiency and durability.

This custom lighting fixture is designed to look like a sunflower, with a mirror in the middle

Modifications to Existing Product

We have several luminaire families, and dozens of different models within those families. Whenever a new family is developed, we do our best to provide models with variations in size, lamping, accents, mounting, and light distribution. Sometimes, however, the available luminaires aren't exactly what you're looking for.

When that happens, our Applications Engineers are prepared to discuss what can be done with the standard products offered. 

Custom lighting using graphic colored panels of children playing to shine the light through on an exterior hospital.

Standard Options on Existing Product

All Visa Lighting luminaires are made to order. This means our manufacturing team creates your luminaires directly from the available specifications your design team has chosen.

When examining our standard product families, be sure to note the available options to choose from in each model. Options may include the available finishes, specialty diffusers, lenses, power supply, downlights, damp location coatings, and more. These are listed on every individual model page and on that model's specification sheet.