A glowing wall that gently pulsates and chairs that showcase a spectrum of light and colour form the huge lighting installation that Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka and LG have created in Milan.
On show at Superstudio Più throughout Milan design week, the SF Senses of the Future installation is made up of different dynamic lighting elements – all made using LG’s ultra-thin OLED light products.
The floor area is taken up by 17 glowing chairs, arranged in a large grid.
Made from 15-millimetre-thick OLED panels – a type of light that creates illumination across an entire surface – these chairs display a variety of light and colour effects, ranging from bright waves to colourful stripes.
The aim was for these furniture elements to feel like science fiction. According to LG, they “portray a meditation on the blindingly fast speed of modern-day life”.
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