This product represents an innovative use of a new optical material.
Etap said that it had shied away from traditional diffuser type luminaires because of inherently, low efficiencies but increasing demands from the marketplace led the company to source light control material Meso Optics for use with its UM series of luminaires.
Instead LEDs, soft diffusing light and the use of placement within the volume to create the gradient of light define this project, which the judges said “seemed to draw you into the next space”.
The lighting has been designed to accentuate a multi-layered architectural approach and to emphasise three major pieces of art.
Designer: Customweave Carpets + Rugs Pty Ltd
Handtufted 100% Soybean fibre wall to wall cut pile carpet and rugs for residential and high end commercial use.
Designer: Housewares International
This innovative product has the fastest spinning filter with a unique cyclonic action, maximizing juice by separating pulp to the integrated collector making removal, assembly and cleaning so easy.
A private residence has been transformed into a stunning contemporary home and a dramatic showcase for entertaining. Layering low voltage, mains voltage and fibre optic light sources allowed the lighting to provide the background atmosphere.
Discreet low voltage spotlights were used throughout to wall wash, pinpoint tables, add highlight to niches and to light art work opening out of the narrow or dark spaces.
Highly commended for its bold use of colour technology in an office environment, MBLD describes this office project as presenting an unusual set of challenges.
Design: Eric Solé
Mesmeri wall light features a sculptural and sinuous line of the body. The light is made of aluminium and available in the colours white or chrome.