The subtle difference
by Anna Moldenhauer | 4/3/2018
Light + Building recently closed its doors to the public in Frankfurt/Main. Which topics are people still talking about? Here is Stylepark’s retrospective overview of the fair.
Conceived as a modular system for producing lengthways strips of light, it is designed to be included in any surroundings using decorative resources.
The frontal profile made of transparent polycarbonate makes it possible to slot in an exchangeable sha
de made of translucent materials (such as pleated raw cotton, white linen or tobacco-coloured fabric), or to insert an opaque black strip. In this case the light emerges from the upper and lower sections, but not from the front.
The system makes it pos
sible to personalise the film and combine it with any type of wall finish (colours, wallpaper, wood or fabric). Warm and understated, it explores new possibilities for interior design.
Presented in five different lengths, it can be installed as isolate
d modules, or continuous strips can be created to illuminate corridors, headboards for beds, etc.
Its multi-faceted design also allows it to be used as a base for illuminated signs, and includes an IP44 model which is ideal for bathrooms. When used as
lighting for headboards, an LED reading lamp can be included.
|Stand/ mounting||fixed mounting|
|Colors||shades of beige|
shades of brown