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Adobe Mini (ADBM)

Designed by Insight

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Adobe, a linear suspended direct indirect luminaire by Insight Lighting. Adobe offers direct/indirect or direct only light output, available in 6 lengths ranging from 34″ up to 92″. Adobe’s elegant curved, simple form and high-quality luxe materials afford true flexibility in design that blends into many architectural interiors. Adobe delivers high-quality, uniform illumination creating a striking architectural look with a visually comfortable form.

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Designed by Q-Tran

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Impactful and highly customizable, the BOOM direct/indirect suspended architectural lighting fixture allows the ability to create lines, squares, rectangles, U-shapes, T-shapes, and grids. Decorative panels and end caps match any decor, and our vast assortment of LED light engines and optics make achieving perfect lighting design simple. BOOM houses two of our featured fixtures: VERS in the downlight and OPTI as the uplight. 

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Aspen s17Design by Werner Aisslinger

for B.Lux

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The works of the designer Werner Aisslinger born 1964 cover the spectrum of experimental, artistic approaches, including industrial design and architecture. He delights in making use of the latest technologies and has helped introduce new materials and techniq ues to the world of product design like in his uniquegel furniture with the collection“soft cell“ and the chaise „soft“ for zanotta in 2000. The „Juli chair (cappellini)“ was the first item of furniture to use a new type of foam called „polyurethane integral foam“ and became the first German chair design to be selected as a permanent exhibit at the MoMA in New York since 1964. In the process he has created striking designs and received awards from all over the world — from Milan’s Compasso d’Oro to the Design Prize of the Federal Republic of Germany, the Red Dot Award or FX Award in the UK. Werner Aisslinger´s „loftcube“–project became one of the most discussed modular and transportable housing projects within the last years.

His work is exhibited in the permanent collections of international museums such as the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the French Fonds National d´Art Contemporain in Paris, the Museum Neue Sammlung in Munich, and the Vitra Design Museum in Weil, Germany.

Recent work includes a number of furniture design projects for Vitra, Foscarini, and Moroso, product designs for Haier and Canon as well as the 25hours Hotels (Berlin, 2014, Zürich 2017 and Cologne 2018). In 2013 Werner Aisslinger opened his first soloshow called „Home of the future“ in the Berlin based Museum „Haus am Waldsee“. In 2014 he was awarded the prestigious AW Designer of the Year Award in Cologne. In 2017 he opened his exhibition „House of wonders “ in the Museum Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich.

Werner Aisslinger lives and works in Berlin.

Aspen s17 is a suspension lamp with a dual aluminum shade, available in two configurations. Multiple matte lacquer finishes available that produce unique combinations: grey, snow, lemon, mango, clear turquoise, and aqua. Featuring new finishes: merlot, rose, sea, river and limestone. Center ring in black finish. Black cable. Direct and diffused light.

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Human-Centric Smart Street Lighting System

2022 Edison Gold Award Winner in the Critical Human Infrastructure Category

While driving, many people experience eye strain and discomfort caused by excessive roadway glare during wet conditions. The patented AI smart lighting system improves traffic safety by dynamically changing luminaire’s photometric configuration, both illuminance and luminance, by adapting to the road condition so that glare reflected by wet surface of road is decreased.

Better Driving Safety

  • Reduces glare reflected by the wet surface of road
  • Improves eye comfort for drivers when driving in adverse conditions
  • Improves traffic and road safety

Utilizing AI technology, LEOTEK’s Human-Centric Smart Lighting System is designed to detect and evaluate the reflective state of the road surface on rainy days to automatically adjust a luminaire’s photometric configuration so glare reflected by the wet roadway surface is greatly reduced. The resulting configuration achieves optimal lighting performance, provides more visual comfort for drivers, and improves traffic safety within cities during adverse weather conditions, such as rain and fog. 

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