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156 LIGHT + BUILDING / NEW PRODUCTS


i.Rain Blackbody


Designed by Thierry Gaugain, i.Rain falls like a shower of light, each pendant spreading into a wide OLED base as if impacting upon an invisible surface. The i.Rain is available in a se- ries of sizes and and arrangements from the i.Rain 37 (73cm diameter x 115cm height) to the i.Rain 401 (280cm length x 200cm width x 170cm height). www.blackbody-oled.com


Diatom MGX by Materialise


Created using epoxy 3D printing techniques, the Diatom.MGX ceiling lamp combines forms found in nature with mathematical shapes and in doing so becomes an object full of life and beauty. www.mgxbymaterialise.com


Victory Liternity


Liternity - a Novaled brand – has cre- ated a limited edition OLED desk lamp using an ultra-thin, ultra-strong carbon- fabric base. 35cm high and 40cm deep, Victory sports a dynamic silhouette from every perspective. Its infamous ‘V for victory’ design includes two arms with four embedded ultra-flat OLEDs that provide pleasant, diffuse light over an entire surface. The very lightweight and nearly-indestructible carbon mate- rial, originally developed for aerospace applications, forms an open filigree-like lamp base that adds flexibility, beauty and stability. www.liternity.com


The Outsider Jacco Maris


The outsider is an imposing lamp for indoor and outdoor use; an intrigu- ing object that combines decorative simplicity with a hefty dose of robust charm.


The pedestal and the arched frame are made of powder-coated steel and the shade in cast aluminum. This exclusive lamp is available in black, white and aluminum blank and has a pedestal with bolt apertures for attachment to a hard base such as stone or concrete. www.jaccomaris.com


Hangover Prolicht


Aura Neweba


Aura’s design is characterised by its seemingly invisible connection and light source, giving it a clean and elegant, yet slightly mysterious quality. The position of the light source is pre- cisely calculated to create a pleasant, indirect, ambient lighting environment. It can be used as a single unit lamp or clustered to create a stunning light installation. It is available in two stan- dard sizes as a single unit, and three standard sizes as a cluster lamp. www.neweba.com


The Hangover is available in 2700k and 3000K versions with an output of 6.5W /430lm and a CRI of 90. Reflec- tors of 33°,47° or 65°are available. The luminaire is available in any of the 24 standard Prolicht colours with the 1500mm suspension cable supplied in red, orange, black or white. Its minimal form has a 38mm diameter and 144mm height. www.prolicht.at


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