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Between Object & Architecture: Synapse Lighting from Luceplan

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Sep 06, 2013 01:01 AM
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by Promila Shastri last modified Sep 05, 2013

Created with open-plan interiors in mind, the preposterously beautiful Synapse is a LED lighting system designed by Argentine designer Francisco Gomez Paz. Created for Milan-based lighting company Luceplan, Synapse’s design centers around a series of 13.5 inch three-armed modules, which come pre-configured in 3-piece (wall and ceiling) or 9-piece (suspension) — Continue reading …




 

 

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Created with open-plan interiors in mind, the preposterously beautiful Synapse is a LED lighting system designed by Argentine designer Francisco Gomez Paz. Created for Milan-based lighting company Luceplan, Synapse’s design centers around a series of 13.5 inch three-armed modules, which come pre-configured in 3-piece (wall and ceiling) or 9-piece (suspension) arrangements. The preexisting arrangements can then be added to for more elaborate lighting statements. Eager to create a world “between objects and architecture,” Paz sees the suspended Synapse as a viable solution for delineating space inside wall-less interiors.

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