LG Display published three very nice videos showcasing three new OLED lighting installations. First up is an OLED chandelier that was specifically designed for the presidential suite suite in the Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Hong Kong.
As you can see in the video above, the Chandelier has a unique design that uses 36 modules each with 4 OLED Panels (for a total of 144 10x10 cm panels). The project managers (TELCS Lighting Design and Consutancy) and the chandelier designer (Joyce Wang Studio) say that only OLED lighting panels provided them with the light quality and design possibilities that they wanted.
The second video shows the OLED installation at the National Palace Museum in Seoul, Korea. The museum replaced its lighting system with OLED lighting panels, significantly decreasing the amount of unwanted shadows and glare. The OLED lighting panels were suitable as they could be placed closer to the exhibited items without loss of damage. As can be seen in the video, OLED lighting is not used exclusively in the museum.
The final video shows the OLED panels used at the new Baskin Robbins Brown cafe in Cheongdam-dong, Seoul. This is a large installation that uses both flexible and rigid panels to create a grid system on the ceiling of the cafe.