Atomic Lighting Tubes by Malgorzata Ratajczak and Sebastian Szlabs
by Harry / December 15, 2012
Lighting designers Malgorzata Ratajczak and Sebastian Szlabs have created a lighting system that combines the shapes and fittings of plumbing with light.


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The designers, principals at Polish design studio Emandes, developed the system which allows users to create any number of layouts composed of glowing tubes with painted or chrome PVC fittings.

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Say Ratajczak and Szlabs, "In this way, you can create lighting designs and features on the ceiling and the wall without worrying about power cables... an infinite number of combinations and changes of layouts that can be achieved with this system."

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The designers drew inspiration from water, power and ventilation systems in buildings, "which run like a bloodstream to any room. And so we have added light to a rooms flow of energy and life."

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More at Emandes.

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