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Blackbody Shows Off Beautiful Life-Size OLED Trees at ICFF 2013
Posted By Yuka Yoneda On May 20, 2013 @ 5:11 pm In carousel showcase,Decorative Objects,gallery,Green Lighting,Green Products,green technology,ICFF,new york design week | No Comments
Designed by world-renowned designer Aldo Cibic  for Blackbody, “Blossom” is a large metallic light fixture that resembles a tree. Each “branch” is fitted with ultra flat (2 mm thickness), long-lasting, glare-free, heat-free, and 100% recyclable OLEDs that give off a soft, white glow. The possibilities for this whimsical design are endless, but we can imagine it in a child’s room, as mood lighting in a restaurant or just as a great conversation piece in a living room.
At the show, we also learned that Blackbody will soon be opening the first OLED showroom in the world in New York City. The new location will be located at 25 Greene Street and feature all of their stat-of-the-art home lighting solutions. Stay tuned for more information about the opening.
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 Blackbody: http://www.blackbody-oled.com/
 Milan Design Week: http://inhabitat.com/milan-furniture-fair/
 luminous OLEDs: http://inhabitat.com/tag/oled/
 Aldo Cibic: http://www.blackbody-oled.com/#designers/aldo-cibic
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