OLED LIGHTING International Design Competition


eole by JulienLIZE from france

designer's own words:

Eole uses 18 OLED panels (5x20cm each) to create a large and thin illuminated surface allowed by LG technology.
This luminous surface gives a different light than standard lamps thanks to a large diffusion that looks like a natural light from outside

Inspired by movements of parables space observation, Eole is designed as a simple folded sheet and presents the thinness of OLED with contrast in the draw : above the massive reconstituted block stone (type Hi-macs), the bright light surface is floating, held by the organic shaped structure.

Eole allows many uses, in fact it includes the user in a cocoon of light when it is used as a table lamp and becomes sculptural when it is placed on the ground, illuminating the room where it is.

The materials presented here are, for the first lamp a chrome steel version with a black stone venous base and, for the second one, a matt black structure fixed on a yellow stone.

Used as a floor lamp, Eole becomes sculptural and illuminates all the room in which it is.Eole allows many uses with different positions according to user needs.[jwplayer config=”mplayer” width=”818px” height=”600px” file=”https://www.designboom.com/wp-content/compsub/373674/2013-05-08/video_1_1368018687_e9bb31e0a87092b346e843bdd873640f.mp4″ html5_file=”https://www.designboom.com/wp-content/compsub/373674/2013-05-08/video_1_1368018687_e9bb31e0a87092b346e843bdd873640f.mp4″ download_file=”https://www.designboom.com/wp-content/compsub/373674/2013-05-08/video_1_1368018687_e9bb31e0a87092b346e843bdd873640f.mp4″]video

In the dark Eole creates a cocoon of light.This lamp is noticeable in an interior, it allows a large area of light.Eole’s movement and details.Different finishes. Chrome or black steel and black or yellow reconstituted stone.

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