Atomic lighting tubes by emandes studio

December 27th, 2012 by retail design blog

Based in Poland, emandes studio has developed a system that allows users to connect lights in an endless number of layouts. Composed of glowing tubes with painted or chrome PVC fittings, the arrangement provides a platform for creating custom design features on the ceiling and wall without worrying about power cables. Influenced by the water, power and ventilation systems in buildings, the concept illuminates rooms as they flow with energy and life, running like a bloodstream throughout space.




















http://www.designboom.com/design/atomic-lighting-tubes-by-emandes-studio/

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