The center, which will be just outside of Toronto, Canada, will showcase the firm's wireless lighting and shading control solutions for commercial spaces.
Ground-breaking on the Canadian facility, which also will include a specification office, was held earlier this month.
"Lighting uses about 39 percent of annual electricity in a typical commercial building," said Tom Ike, vice president of global sales. "Showing our Canadian customers how Lutron solutions can reduce this figure and save energy is a win for everyone."
Ike said that while this is the company's first Experience Center outside the U.S., it is the eighth center overall. It also has an experience center in Coopersburg.