Light Brix: Modular Light System

By | July 30, 2009 4:41 am |

Today I am very glad to tell you a couple of words about a light brix system or modular light systems as a concept. First of all, these systems are highly interesting and attractive, they can be placed almost everywhere. The second option in favour of such systems, they can be changed and shaped the way you want.

Light Brix: Modular Light System

Also, any modular light system responds to touch because of a the electromagnetic fields of the human body. You are welcome to create a kind of design you like and need – the hexagonal units are completely shapeable will suit most lighting situations.

Light Brix: Modular Light System

This bunch of shots will show you how amazing this particular system it. Change, shape and enjoy the light!

Light Brix: Modular Light System

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