Portable Light

Jul 14, 2009No Comments

Energy-harvesting textile Portable Light is an interdisciplinary design and engineering project initiated by KVA MATx to provide decentralized, sustainable lighting and electrical power to more

Solaris Glass

Mar 03, 2009No Comments

Fused glass with LED backlight Solaris Glass is a wall-mounted “lightwork” inspired by the beauty of sunlight streaming through stained-glass windows. The result of a


Feb 27, 2009No Comments

Linear illumination using point-source lamps Linelight maximizes the illumination potential of artificial lighting by channeling the illumination of one or two light sources along a


Feb 20, 2009No Comments

Sculptural pendant light Noodle is an open, gestural squiggle in space—a loose sketch composed of reflective metal. Manufacturer Korban/Flaubert describes the highly expressive sculptural light

Textile Softlight

Jan 14, 2009No Comments

Spun-polyethylene honeycomb lights Molo Design’s Textile Softlight is an expandable floor lamp made entirely of sheets of spun polyethylene fiber that utilize an expandable honeycomb


Oct 29, 2008No Comments

Linear timepiece and color display Part light fixture, part timepiece, part art installation, James Clar’s Line is a linear information display that utilizes the full-spectrum

Light Clip

Oct 07, 2008No Comments

Photoluminescent safety-light fixture Light Clip is an escape-route indicator that attaches directly to fluorescent bulbs or tube lights as well as their fixtures. Unlike traditional


Sep 22, 2008No Comments

Adjustable bicolor LED light Designed by Yves Béhar for Herman Miller, Leaf is the first light-emitting diode (LED) tabletop light that provides both warm and

Fiber Optic Room

Sep 15, 2008No Comments

Fiber optic-wrapped room for dark interiors Fiber Optic Room is designed to bring daylight deep into the interior of large office buildings where the absence

Square Eclipse

Jul 18, 2008No Comments

Light-additive color system Square Eclipse is an additive-color light fixture that uses twenty-four microcontrolled tricolor light-emitting diodes (LEDs) carefully positioned behind the unit to create