The Lutron story began in the late 1950s in Joel Spira's makeshift lab in Brooklyn, New York. A young physicist fascinated by the aesthetic manipulation of light, Spira commandeered the spare bedroom in the apartment he shared with his wife, Ruth, and set out to invent a solid-state device that would enable people to vary the intensity of the lights in their homes.
Did you know?
Color can play tricks on color. Just as warm colors can make a room appear smaller and cozier, cool colors have the effect of making a space seem larger, more airy.