February 27, 2009

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 significant length. Linelight is comprised of a highly reflective aluminum mirror housing with a total reflection of 98 percent, fronted by an acrylic lens designed for even dispersion. The entire assembly is contained within an aluminum frame.

Linelight accepts lamps from 35 to 150 watts in power and will carry light 30 feet or more using only one or two lamps. Linelight not only saves energy but also inspires strongly expressive design applications featuring linear illumination. Linelight also simplifies maintenance, as only one or two point-source fixtures require replacement.

Contact: Material House, Tokyo, Japan.

For more information, see Transmaterial 2: A Catalog of Materials That Redefine our Physical Environment

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