Architectural Area Lighting

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16555 East Gale Avenue
City of Industry, CA 91745
About Architectural Area Lighting
  • AAL is known for its aesthetic designs, optical performance and family of fixtures. Product styles and selections include period, contemporary, poles + arms, floodlights, steplights, wall sconces, bollards, and custom design fixtures. AAL’s product series are scaled in multiple sizes and employ different materials to expand the specifier’s choice in complementing architectural details and site design themes. Lighting applications include mixed-use retail, commercial, educational, residential developments, municipal and downtown renovations.
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Products by Architectural Area Lighting
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  • Parkway Square Sconce

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