LG Display recently showcased OLED light panels at the LG SIGNATURE Pavilion, titled "The Art of Essence," at IFA 2016. The pavilion, in collaboration of LG Electronics and Jason Bruges Studio, was created to portray "the design philosophy and the core essence of sophistication and class" of the LG SIGNATURE products.
LG Display OLED light panels were installed on the ceiling of the pavilion, portraying the "constellation of rays scattered throughout space" to express the “wonderful qualities and extreme white and dark contrasts” of the LG SIGNATURE OLED TV.
The 80 plastic-based flexible OLED light panels were installed in the middle of the pavilion ceiling with 700 100mm x 100mm rigid square OLED light panels surrounding the flexible panels, forming the OLED light constellation.
Figure: LG Display - OLED lighting
Known for its natural illumination with a uniform and comfortable light, the LG Display OLED light panels are thin and lightweight, providing customers a next-level light experience.
LG Display OLED light panels are flexible with a bending radius of 20mm, creating form factor advantages for the lighting designers and architects. Since LG Display OLED light panels generate no heat and emit minimal glare, they are suitable for products that normally would not be considered to contain lighting sources.
To raise awareness of OLED lighting and to promote the premium light quality offered by OLED lighting, LG Display has collaborated with renowned designers and architects to highlight OLED light benefits and characteristics in artistic ways. LG Display OLED light is collaborating with renowned Ron Arad at 100% Design, London from September 21st to 24th. This collaboration is a must-see for people who want to view new experiences created by light.