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Founded by Archit Jain and Scott Hatton, Oculus Light Studio is an architectural lighting design firm specializing in light and the environment. Oculus is committed to the realization of original lighting concepts that enhance the spaces of which they are a part. With wide ranging experience in a variety of projects, we seek to implement the lighting solutions that best meet the aesthetic goals, the business goals, and the environmental goals of the project. Oculus is based in Los Angeles, USA, with active lighting design projects in the US, Asia, the Middle East and Africa.

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Recent News

Archit in Panel Discussion During LightShow West 2017 September 13, 2017

This year’s LightShow West at the LA Convention Center is coming up shortly, be sure not to miss Oculus Light Studio Principal, Archit Jain, participating as a panel member for the seminar The Dos and…

Oculus’ Summer Travels September 8, 2017

Among all the deadlines, and the visiting interns, it still was an eventful summer for the Oculus team outside of the studio! Many of us were able to do a…

‘Outdoorsy’ Roots Store Opens at Yorkdale Shopping Center August 31, 2017

A recently completed retail project in Toronto, Canada by Oculus Light Studio and CallisonRTKL architects, Roots is a unique shopping experience. The new store celebrates the background and handcrafted nature of this Canadian sportswear…

New Projects Up on Site! August 22, 2017

A diverse range of new projects are up on our website, a sunny park with a living room, a colorful tech hub, and a unique banking experience. Check them out…

More on REI’s Flagship Store in Washington, DC August 14, 2017

Since its opening back in October, more keeps on being written about REI’s flagship store in Washington D.C., as with this latest article in the August issue of VMSD! Housed…