Lamps are designed to meet our specific needs. Their shapes, dimensions and materials directly define the type of lighting produced to specific uses, therefore requiring a different model for every situation. In response to a growing demand for flexibility in our daily environment, designer Quentin Vaulot (www.vaulot.com) has developed a concept that uses flexible material like OLED to design an adaptable lighting system suitable for all circumstances.
The result is an OLED that is an extremely compact system that unfolds to provide light. This lighting system is in response to a demand from users that wish to use just the amount of light needed, best suited and required, with no extra glare. The "SIU system" perfectly meets the current environmental criteria for energy efficiency through the gradual unfolding of the light sources on the tape. Energy consumption is in this way proportional to the needs of the user while generating light that is proportional to the activity and space intended. The tape linked to the OLED is unrolled and controlled manually, and its structure provides versatility and a multitude of layouts and uses.
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