eden design presents ultra thin oh!LED at biennale interieur 2014
 
eden design presents ultra thin oh!LED at biennale interieur 2014 eden design presents ultra thin oh!LED at biennale interieur 2014
oct 23, 2014

eden design presents ultra thin oh!LED at biennale interieur 2014

eden design presents ultra thin oh!LED at biennale interieur 2014
all images courtesy of eden design

 

 

 

in the past, OLED’s have mainly been used for decorative and ambient lighting. the acronym stands for organic light-emitting diode, which produces a natural glare-free effect. this innovative luminaire has a lumen output of 300lm, making it the brightest commercially available bulb in the world and makes it perfectly suitable for contemporary designs. using this technology to its full potential, bart lens has crafted a sleek 5mm-thick panel of aluminum and glass called ‘oh!LED’ for eden design at biennale interieur 2014.

bart lens eden design oh led biennale interieur 2014 kortrijk belgium
the panel has thickness of 5.5 mm

 

 

 

the minimalist square panel, which houses a philips brite lumiblade, can rotate 180 degrees while its single axis is capable of twisting in a full circle. this provides the luxury of creating different setting within the home. the work is available in satin black or satin white with 3000K or 4000K.

bart lens eden design oh led biennale interieur 2014 kortrijk belgium
the bulb is a philips brite lumiblade OLED

bart lens eden design oh led biennale interieur 2014 kortrijk belgium
the axis turns 360° while the panel rotates 180°

 

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

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