cibicworkshop: bonzai OLED lamp for blackbody
cibicworkshop: bonzai OLED lamp for blackbody
apr 28, 2013

cibicworkshop: bonzai OLED lamp for blackbody

 ‘bonzai’ OLED lamp by cibicworkshop for blackbodyimage © alberto parise



presented during milano design week 2013, blackbody and cibicworkshop have developed a new lighting product: ‘bonzai’. made from hand-blown italian glass, the lamp uses OLED technology as its light source – combining sustainable production methods and artisan craftsmanship. the organic light-emitting diodes form 2 mm thin luminous surfaces, providing glare and heat-free illumination.


for more information on OLED’s, see designboom’s current international OLED lighting design competition, held in collaboration with LG chem and LG electronics.




cibicworkshop: bonzai OLED lamp for blackbodyimage © alberto parise



cibicworkshop: bonzai OLED lamp for blackbodyimage © alberto parise



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cibicworkshop: bonzai OLED lamp for blackbody



cibicworkshop: bonzai OLED lamp for blackbody



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.

  • next step – make the vitrines of etched glass or even better, blown Murano forms

    dbkii says:

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