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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

Oculus Project Wins Shop! 2018 Design Gold Award April 6, 2018

We are proud to announce that Oculus Light Studio is a recipient of a 2018 Shop! Retail Gold Award. Per their website, “The Shop! Awards Competitions recognize the best new…

Urban Makeover of Historic Culver Studios March 27, 2018

Collaborating with architect Gensler, Oculus is excited to be involved in the redesign of the historic Culver Studios to transform into a contemporary urban campus. The impressive future tenant was…

Archit Speaking at IESLA Pechakucha March 12, 2018

Check out Oculus Light Studio principal, Archit Jain, speak at Illuminating Engineering Society Los Angeles event ‘What Inspires Me, Powered by PechaKucha’, from 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm on March 15th “Come join us…

The Very Anticipated Burbank Commons March 6, 2018

This new Burbank center is offering up a lot of potential, from family-friendly gathering spot to corporate event space. Not too mention beer fans will be ecstatic with the craft breweries moving in!…

Reaching New Heights with BCG DTLA February 23, 2018

A very nice write-up was recently done by Light Show West of our BCG Office project in DTLA. The article describes the many opportunities and challenges to transforming this corporate office environment…