Posted by Cynthia | Filed under Musings
A beautiful introduction by award winning designer Robert Sonneman, the Quattro LED lighting collection recalls the iconic, classic work of Piet Mondrian and Gerrit Rietveld, forces in the Dutch De Stijl art and design movement from 1917 to 1928. Modern brightly colored rectilinear forms of red, yellow, black and blue, With the added benefit of dim-able energy efficient flat panel LED lamping, I believe these are destined to be instant classics.
“Glare-Free LED Flat Panel Technology. Quattro™ produces 25% more brightness, glare-free,from 25% less power than conventional LED task lamps. Quattro’s™ ultra-bright, glare-free illumination comes from its revolutionary LED Flat Panel technology. The flat panel eliminates the hot spots and multiple shadows that most LED lamps produce from multiple point sources of light, each of which creates a separate shadow. A uniform light source is generated by projecting Nichia LED illumination across a large surface of advanced optical films that focus and direct the light toward its objective, reducing sidelight that causes glare. The result is; more light on what you want to see and less unwanted light in your eyes.”
Image source http://www.sonnemanawayoflight.com
Tags: interior design, LED lighting, lighting, Quattro LED Lighting, Robert Sonneman