ADA Wall Lights
Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, wall sconces installed in public spaces between twenty-seven (27) and eighty (80) inches above the floor must remain within four (4) inches of the wall. ADA compliant lighting increases accessibility for those who require the aid of crutches, canes, or wheelchairs, as well as those with visual impairments.
Within those restrictions, though, you can choose the mid-century luxury of ADA compliant light fixtures from Masiero like Palm A or the Vegas collection, or the rustic charm of a-emotional light with Li, Li Large, or the Planum collection of wall lights. Opulence is what you'll find with ADA compliant wall sconces such as Tresor by Terzani, Org W from DCWéditions, and the Uffizi Ap collection from Contardi.
Or perhaps your taste in ADA wall sconces runs to lithe fluidity of Flindt from Louis Poulsen, Gravity from Italamp, or Pochette from Flos. If the restrained, simple presences of Piu and Folder from Davide Groppi don't pique your interest, give Roll & Hill's Kazimir or a partnership of Karman's Binarell Head and Binarell Legs wall sconces a try.