LG Display has put on an ambitious OLED lighting display at Euroluce which is a part of the Milan Design Week. LG actually has two booths, with the first one designed by Tokujin Yoshioka. Tokujin's installation is called Wall of the Sun, and it uses 30,000 of LGD's OLED lighting panels installed on the wall.

Wall of the sun closeup, LG OLED installation by Tokujin Yoshioka (2017)

This makes this installation the world's largest ever OLED lighting installation, which is double in size compared to Konica Minolta's OLED Tulip installation from 2015. This seems to be a very impressive display. The 15 chairs scattered on the floor, by the way, are embedded with LGD's OLED TV panels.

Wall of the sun, LG OLED installation by Tokujin Yoshioka (2017)

LG Display's second booth which you can see below demonstrates several OLED lamps designed by Ross Lovegrove and others. Those beautiful pendant luminaires are called "Medusa" and these were inspired by underwater creatures, apparently, and take advantage of the one of the key advantages of OLED lighting - the flexibility. LG D is exhibiting a total of 15 Medusa lamps.



Medusa by Ross Lovegrove, Euroluce 2017

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