Posts Tagged: embedded lighting

smart building conference 2019: ambient communications

“Data-driven” architectural lighting and digital media? “Ambient communications” for architectural spaces? What does that all mean and how will it drive future concepts of lighting and A/V design? Thanks to everyone who attended my presentation at the #ise2019 Smart Building Conference exploring

smart building conference 2019: ambient communications

“Data-driven” architectural lighting and digital media? “Ambient communications” for architectural spaces? What does that all mean and how will it drive future concepts of lighting and A/V design? Thanks to everyone who attended my presentation at the #ise2019 Smart Building Conference exploring

t-bar LED lighting – update

Since I wrote about them nearly 6-years ago, it is nice to see Massachusetts-based JLC-Tech has made good progress in their projects and product lines. As I wrote previously, there is lots of potential for integrating lines of light into

t-bar LED lighting – update

Since I wrote about them nearly 6-years ago, it is nice to see Massachusetts-based JLC-Tech has made good progress in their projects and product lines. As I wrote previously, there is lots of potential for integrating lines of light into

xal – muse

Another interesting proof-point in my prognosis that lighting and ceiling systems are fusing together into new hybrid/embedded systems.  XAL launched its Muse product line, which integrates LED office lighting into vertical hanging acoustic baffles.  Check out the video below for

xal – muse

Another interesting proof-point in my prognosis that lighting and ceiling systems are fusing together into new hybrid/embedded systems.  XAL launched its Muse product line, which integrates LED office lighting into vertical hanging acoustic baffles.  Check out the video below for

inventdesign – “gobo” series

Amsterdam-based InventDesign recently launched a line of decorative LED wall panels which they call their “Gobo” series.  A “low resolution” RGB LED engine with ~38mm pixel pitch combined with decorative cut-out facing panels makes for a nice stand-alone decorative wall

inventdesign – “gobo” series

Amsterdam-based InventDesign recently launched a line of decorative LED wall panels which they call their “Gobo” series.  A “low resolution” RGB LED engine with ~38mm pixel pitch combined with decorative cut-out facing panels makes for a nice stand-alone decorative wall

vantot

VANTOT is an Eindhoven-based design studio started by two recent Design Academy graduates.  I saw one of their products, “Current Currents” at the Frozen Fountain, a perennially fabulous design shop in Amsterdam.  I love the art deco/arts-and-crafts style of the product.

vantot

VANTOT is an Eindhoven-based design studio started by two recent Design Academy graduates.  I saw one of their products, “Current Currents” at the Frozen Fountain, a perennially fabulous design shop in Amsterdam.  I love the art deco/arts-and-crafts style of the product.

ettlin lux

Ettlin is a German manufacturer of high-tech textile products with several R+D efforts focused on architectural applications, including Ettlin Lux, a line of architectural “embedded” lighting panels and Ettlin Tec, which is exploring conducting textiles with integrated sensing and electronics.

ettlin lux

Ettlin is a German manufacturer of high-tech textile products with several R+D efforts focused on architectural applications, including Ettlin Lux, a line of architectural “embedded” lighting panels and Ettlin Tec, which is exploring conducting textiles with integrated sensing and electronics.

softlab – 315 montgomery

SOFTlab continues to design and fabricate some impressive installation pieces.  Their latest (via Designboom) is an office lobby art piece they describe as a “light organ”. But I like it especially because it reminds me of the projects my team

softlab – 315 montgomery

SOFTlab continues to design and fabricate some impressive installation pieces.  Their latest (via Designboom) is an office lobby art piece they describe as a “light organ”. But I like it especially because it reminds me of the projects my team