airLUCE
by sabine7 / September 11, 2007


Tranlogue Associates has created AirLUCE, a series of lamps that employs surface-emitting lighting. The 5 designs will be launched at 100% Light next week in London. AirLUCE uses material that is transparent, but radiant and a LED light source that is not visible. This new material, made by Asahi Kasei, consists of an acrylic board that is surface-emitting, allowing the entire surface to glow. This diffusion makes the lighting easier on the eyes than traditional LED lighting. Above is a detailed look at Anemone; more models after the jump.

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airluce_anemone.jpg
Anemone.


airluce_bellflower2.jpg
Bellflower.


airluce_airplants.jpg
Airplants.


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