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Lumisty

May 20, 2007No Comments

Light-filtering polyester film Lumisty first drew widespread attention when it was used on the windows of Pleats Please, Issey Miyake’s clothing boutique in SOHO. Upon

MesoOptics

Apr 27, 2007No Comments

Light diffusion and control technology MesoOptics technology offers an innovative way to purify and control light with exceptional energy efficiency. MesoOptics material is produced using

Cloud Module

Mar 23, 2007No Comments

Polystyrene shelving system Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec’s Cloud Modules are modular shelving units made of white polystyrene. The Cloud system was conceived as the proliferation

Solera

Mar 15, 2007No Comments

High performance translucent glazing Solera is a high-performance translucent glazing made of glass. As a light diffuser, it is the equivalent of three to four

Waterglass

Feb 12, 2007No Comments

Cast glass with encased bubble effect Waterglass from Architectural Systems, Inc. is made from crushed glass and proprietary chemicals which capture air bubbles within the

Lighttex

Jan 20, 2007No Comments

Fabric light-control panels When used as a window and skylight covering, the polyester-based Lighttex panel blocks and redistributes direct sunlight more effectively than vertical or

Photovol Glass

Dec 12, 2006No Comments

Semitransparent photovoltaic glazing panel Photovol Glass transforms any glazed surface into an environmentally-sound power station and effective shading device. During the manufacturing process, a laser

SmartWrap

Nov 30, 2006No Comments

Mass customizable print facade or interior wall material SmartWrap was featured at the inaugural SOLOS exhibit at the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum. KieranTimberlake designed

Okasolar

Nov 19, 2006No Comments

Glazing with integral sun control louvers Okasolar insulating glass is a new daylighting system without any moving components. Thanks to its direction-sensitive mirror profiles, Okasolar

HoloPro

Oct 03, 2006No Comments

Transparent projection surface Originally developed at the Institute for Light and Building Technology, HoloPro is a transparent rear projection surface that is almost completely unaffected