Hyatt Regency LAX
Triangle Ballroom LED Fixtures
The Triangle Ballroom Fixtures (TBF LED) were custom luminaires specified by an architect for the grand ballroom of the Hyatt Regency Los Angeles and manufactured by XtraLight.
The Hyatt Regency Los Angeles International Airport is a showcase property in the brand’s global portfolio. This unique 580-guestroom hotel underwent a top to bottom renovation after being acquired by Hyatt, which included one of the largest ballrooms in Los Angeles. With help from the most responsive lighting manufacturer in the industry, the ballroom ceiling was transformed with newly custom LED lighting fixtures (TBF LED) just in time for the hotel’s grand re-opening celebration. Once formally known as The Concourse Hotel at Los Angeles Airport, the Hyatt Regency was transformed through a substantial makeover into a property that elevates the hotel experience for their travelers who want to stay close to LAX international airport. The hotel offers a range of facilities that offer comfort in an elegant style.
The TBF LED was created after the original contracted manufacturer that submitted a sub-par sample that not only performed poorly, but didn’t meet any of the standards set forth by the specification. Once the determination was made that the original manufacturer could not make the necessary changes and deliver on time, the architect and interior design firm turned to XtraLight who has an extensive history developing custom LED fixtures. The XtraLight engineering team designed, tested, certified and manufactured all of the TBF LED within the six weeks prior to the re-grand opening.
For more information about this project, visit the Hyatt LAX Case Study page.
TBF LED Features
- Five different sizes of custom designed triangular fixtures, 142 in total.
- Tested by an independent NVLAP® accredited laboratory and ETL Listed.
- Dimmable drivers that sync with adjustable smart controls.
- Best-in-class proprietary LEDs (3000 CCT).
- Frosted acrylic lenses.
- Post-painted with perforated sides.