Bluetooth Control in Lighting
The microformats.org site was launched 2018-5-23 23rd May 2018
We are thrilled with the new Innermost display in the Morgan furniture showroom in London. To coincide with Clerkenwell Design Week, Morgan Furniture have installed a stunning display of 12 Kepler pendants in the window.
These dynamic luminaires are reminiscent of black holes and portals from science-fiction, made from highly innovative materials, multiplying single LEDs over a large thin surface. The unit is adjustable at installation with 350 degrees of movement around the X axis and 360 on the Y, meaning any position is possible. The unit can then be locked into place to maintain the configuration and position.
We installed the pendants in two separate clusters and it looks stunning against the building’s double height windows. While Kepler looks great as a stand alone piece, layering the transparent units like this creates a dazzling effect when they are grouped. The disks of light create an intriguing effect from the street outside and come to life as the showroom gets dark.
As part of this years Clerkenwell Design Week, Innermost co-founder Russell Cameron will be talking about the Casambi Bluetooth lighting control system. Demonstrating with Innermost's newly launched Kepler light on display in the beautiful Morgan Furniture showroom.
A must-see for any interior designer or lighting specifier.
Come and see the display at Morgan Furniture Showroom throughout London Design Week and for the talk ‘Bluetooth Control in Lighting’ on 23rd May 11-12pm.
Date and Time
Wed 23 May 2018
11:00 – 12:00
1 Dallington Street
Reserve you place HERE.
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