(PRWEB UK) 26 September 2013
French industrial designer Jean-Sebastien Lagrange has coupled the innovative technology of 3-D printing with home lighting concepts, creating a stylish poster for the home that also doubles as a trendy lamp, according to an article by Co.Design (September 16th). 3-D printing has become incredibly popular in recent years, and the technology is increasingly being used to create new and innovative designs for use in the home.
Lagrange is known in the design industry for his simple, minimalist style, and his L-INK wall lighting is no different. Made using pen, ink and LED lights, the poster’s pattern is drawn on with conductive ink – an emerging type that is set to replace the reliance on silver and graphite ink in most home printers. And according to Jean-Sebastian Lagrange, with the same technology, design and technology buffs could easily own their own.
The LEDs light up as soon as the magnet placed at the bottom right corner touches another, and the conductive ink lights up the poster and it transitions into a modern picture light perfect for modern home décor or gadget enthusiasts.
Lights 4 Living, a leading UK-based home lighting company who specialise in stylish and affordable picture lights, ceiling lights and wall lights, have responded to this exciting new idea. A spokesperson for the company said:
“Jean-Sebastian Lagrange has brilliantly applied his unique design style to create an innovative new home lighting idea, producing the perfect lighting solution for modern homes and gadget enthusiasts. With so many exciting design options available even on a budget, purchasing dull lighting for your home is really becoming a thing of the past.”
Lights 4 Living are a leading lighting company based in Bath that stock a wide and ever-growing range of home lighting. With over thirty-five years in the lighting industry, Lights 4 Living have a great relationship with many lighting manufacturers so can offer unbeatable competitive prices on ceiling lights, picture lights, wall lights and more.