lighthouse at stockholm furniture fair 2012 lighthouse at stockholm furniture fair 2012
feb 13, 2012

lighthouse at stockholm furniture fair 2012

‘lux WI’ by lighthouse image © designboom

at stockholm furniture and light fair 2012 icelandic lighting company lighthouse presented their ‘lux W1’ wall-mounted lighting system. the modular design is made up of colored aluminium cubes (100x100x100mm), which when lit, project an outward triangular light. the units can each make full 360 degree rotations, and in combination with one another, create multi-colored geometric patterns on the wall.

when arranged in combination with each other, the projected light creates colorful, geometric patterns on the wall image © designboom

each of the cubes can be adjusted at 360 degrees image © designboom

the 100x100x100mm cubes come in a range of colors image © designboom

view of the lighting element image © designboom

  • An apparently rather poor craftsmanship – but what a bu-tee-ful and glorious effect !!

    tico says:
  • Thank you,
    The given information is very effective.
    I’ll keep updated with it.

    Deccan Odyssey

    royal orient says:

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