Blackbody will show new OLED lamp designs at the NOW! Maison & Objet Fair (September 3rd to 7th, 2010). All of the new lamps were designed by C+B Lefebvre. Those lamps are available to buy, but probably cost quite a bit. Here are my two favorites:

The first lamp (shown above) is called 6"O" with an active area of 540cm2, color temperature of 3200 K°, 26W power consumption and it weights 5.5Kg : "Providing both linear and surface illumination, this light bridge creates an enlightened area free of shadows and glare. This virtually tamed lighting offers both direct illumination whilst simultaneously bathing the surrounding area in a halo of soft light.

The second lamp is called the Sepal Chandelier. It has a 270 cm2 active area with white and red OLEDs. It consumes 13W and weights 2.5Kg. "Playing on repetition, we have created a new three-dimensional module founded on simple or multiple compositions of white or coloured light, that can take on a variety of different forms: sepal, chandelier, lampadaire or bouquet. The Sepal series, thanks to OLED technology, reinterprets the XYZ spacial construction invented by Gerrit Rietveld in 1920 with his «L40» suspension model."

Back in May we have published an interview with Blackbody's CTO.

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