The Gooseneck OLED lamp, designed Studio SKK in London, is a cordless desk lamp that uses a single 100 mm diameter round OLED lighting panel, made by LG Display. The panel features a brightness of 75 lumens, efficiency of 55 lm/W and a lifetime of 40,000 hours. The color temperature is 4,000K. The battery lasts for 8.5 hours (charging time 3.6 hours).
The Ascend OLED Desk Lamp features a single OLEDWorks Lumiblade Brite FL300 L OLED panel, which is 46x222 mm in size and features 300 lumens brightness, 37.5 lm/W efficiency, a color temperature of 3,000K, a lifetime of 10,000 hours and a nominal CRI of 80.
The Ascend OLED Desk Lamp is now shipping in the US for $150.
Acuity Brands' Olessence is a suspended luminary for commercial and professional office spaces, which combines OLED and LED light sources (Acuity's Duet-SSL tech). The LEDs offer the primary source of ambient illumination while the OLEDs offer soft and calm diffused lighting for comfortable perceived brightness. The luminaire also supports integrated sensors for daylight dimming and occupancy detection.
Acuity offers several device configurations (LEDs at 3000K, 3500K or 4000K and a CRI at 80+ or 90+).
The Natural OLED desk light from Workrite Ergonomics is a desk lamp that features a single OLED lighting panel (made by LG Chem). Workrite says that the 320x110 mm OLED panel (N6BB40C) provides a rich, evenly diffused light, renders colors with amazing accuracy (94 CRI) and emits a neutral white light (3900K) that is glare free, UV free and blue light free. The OLED's lifetime is rated at 30,000 hours (LT70) at the lowest brightness setting, and the lamp produces 442 lumens at 13.7 W (32 lm/W) at the maximum brightness setting.
The Natural will ship in November 2015 for $239.
The Adjust-S series are OLED chandeliers that use LG Chem's square OLED panels. They come in three sizes (3, 6 or 12 OLED panels). The lamps provide 450 - 1800 lumens. These are LG Chem's latest 14x14 cm OLED panels(12.9 x 12.9 active area) that feature a lifetime of 40,000 hours, 60 lm/W and a high CRI (90).
The Adjust-S are now available in Germany for €869 to €9990 (including the 19% German tax).
The Volker OLED luminaire, designed by Italy's Pugnale & Nyleve, is a large chandelier that has multiple wires dropping from a mirror (stainless steel) top square. The Volker uses 16 Philips Lumiblade OLEDs (GL350, FL300 in the next edition).
The Volker (designed by architect and designer Susan Evelyn Schmidt) is 1.7 m tall and 1 sq meter at the base. The design is inspired by the geometry of the square and the contrast between full and empty, and (despite its large size) it expresses grace and sense of movement.
OTI's Aerelight OLED is a high-end luminaire that uses a single OLED panel to provide 1,000 lux. It is made from an anodized aluminum frame that responds to touch, for intuitive power and dimming control. It also features a built-in wireless charging pad to charge all of your Qi compatible mobile devices.
The Nomi is an OLED sconce from Acuity Brands that uses two rectangular OLED lighting panel (made by LG Chem). The Nomi are set to mimic candles hung on a wall. There are two models, the Nomi Straight and Nomi Curve. The Nomi Curve will adopt a bendable OLED.
Both Nomi sconces will ship in the summer of 2014.
LG Electronics' OLED desk lamp uses two LG Chem's flexible OLED lighting panels and can be controlled (via Bluetooth) using a smartphone application. The application can be used to choose one of several light modes (for movies, readying, etc.) or dimming and even turn on or off at a predefined time.
LG Chem's flexible OLEDs are 210x50 mm in size (0.33 mm thick), and they offer a color temperature of 4,000K, efficacy of 55 lm/W and a brightness of 73 lumens. The CRI is 90 and the lifetime is 40,000 (LT70).
The K Blade is a new OLED lamp from Italian designer Riva 1920. It is made from New Zealand's Kauri wood and has a single Philips OLED panel. Reportedly the OLED brightness is "over 200 lumens", which is strange as the GL350 Gen-2, Philips' brightest panel, is only 200 lumens bright. Maybe they are using a new panel (the GL350 Gen-3, perhaps? although an earlier report suggested it will feature 300 lumens).
The K Blade is actually an affordable OLED lamp - it costs €560 and I think it is now shipping.