Future lighting, a cascade in expansion from Milan

Future lighting, a cascade in expansion from Milan

Future lighting, a cascade in expansion from Milan

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After last year success of its exhibit “Forest of Evolution” at Milano Fuorisalone, where the OLED* lamp Hanger ®, recent winner of the acclaimed Red Dot Design Award 2012, was launched, LUMIOTEC presents this year its astonishing cutting-edge products with “LINE LIGHT FALL” at the renowned space Super Studio + during Milan Design Week 2012.


This amazing installation, developed by the Milan based designer / architect Naohiko MITSUI, uses Lumiotec OLED*, world’s most advanced lighting panels: surface-emitting ultrathin superlight new cutting-edge lighting source.

The installation is in a small box shape space of only 40㎥ but it gives a sense of vertiginous expansion of an infinite crevasse defined by two huge cascade walls of luminous lines.

The concept of the installation is “Technology + Infinity + Expansion”.


Lumiotec Inc., venture of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and other important Japanese firms, is the world’s first company entirely specialized in the development, production and sale of OLED* lighting panels, and the only one mass producing them since January 2011.

In just one year Lumiotec could enhance panels’ performance up to 4 times. The new OLED* lighting panels, with improved energy efficiency, luminous flux, and even less heat emission, will be launched in April at the Lumiotec exhibit, in Super Studio+, during the Milano Design Week 2012. (1)

Furthermore, in those same days, Lumiotec OLEDs will be represented at “Light&Building 2012”, world biggest biennial Lighting Fair, by various European companies, among which the prestigious Italian LINEALIGHT that will present an indoor and an outdoor OLED luminaire.



(Organic Light Emitting Diodes) are considered the human-friendly energy-saving lighting source of the future that will lead to a complete new way of designing light.

They are flat, ultrathin, lightweight and totally mercury free electroluminescent lighting panels that, without releasing heat and emissions of UV or infrared rays, generate a non glaring light, gentle for the skin and pleasant to the eyes.

OLEDs for their many features are being used for luminaires, for integrations in furniture, kitchens, architectural structures, partitions, shelves, walls, floors, showcases in museum and shops; in the precision industry as backlight and soon in transports as aircrafts, ships and cars.

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