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The polypropylene forms are injection molded with the LEDs and driver unit integrated into the mounting. Blending the forms into the wall would comprise spackle, the original wall paint and either in-wall wiring or electrical FlatWire
The fixtures muddle the barrier between the room and its contents, with the resulting illusion that the light comes from the room itself. The idea is deceptively simple: introduce elements that contain LEDs yet camouflage with wallboard (they can be painted or textured to match), thus creating the effect of a rippled or torn portion of wall that emits light
Washington and Lee University
Lexington, Virginia, United States
Locust Valley, United States