The Tempest Torch was created as an outdoor lighting and outdoor furnishing/accessory for a wide array of exterior settings and applications. The display possibilities are nearly endless: outdoor lighting for living spaces, walkway pillars, mounted onto moveable stainless steel columns, atop stone pillars or deck posts, or attached to any building's exterior for outdoor lighting. The Tempest Torch's innovation comes from its patent-pending torch technology that requires no mechanical or electrical means. Its no-power draft system simply utilizes the Venturi Effect for its unique flame appearance.
Ten Tempest Torches are turning up the heat at the original Hell’s Kitchen restaurant as part of Ceasar’s Palace in Las Vegas
City of Dreams
150 Tempest Torches were installed in the City of Dreams resort in Macau, China.
Combining the spirit of Las Vegas and the ancient cultures of the Orient, the City of Dreams is known as the entertainment capital of Macau and is one of the most luxurious, enchanting resorts China has to offer. The City of Dreams is a prominent hotspot for tourists and locals alike, with designer stores, fabulous hotels, and much more.
150 Tempest Torches line the walkways within the City of Dreams, serving as elegant street lighting. These Tempest Torches create a warm, fiery glow that perfectly complements all of the dazzling attractions, and adds to the bright excitement of nightlife in this resort.
12 Tempest Torches were installed around the exterior of the restaurant to provide beautiful outdoor accent lighting and complement the vibrant, authentic atmosphere of the Cactus Club Café.
With more than 25 locations in four different provinces, Cactus Club Café is an increasingly popular restaurant chain in Canada that offers “creative fine dining” in a contemporary, yet relaxed setting.
The Tempest Torch was the perfect accompaniment to the Kelowna Yacht Club’s waterfront location and fun outdoor entertainment area.
The Tempest Torch was featured in a 2009 episode of ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, which took place in Martin County, North Carolina. This beautiful renovation featured multiple Tempest Torches installed throughout the home’s outdoor living spaces, as decorative accent lighting surrounding the home. Two Tempest Torches were also showcased as a main feature in the front of the house, illuminating the walkway up to the main entrance.