When it comes to introducing and showcasing new products and features, times dominated by COVID ask for creative solutions that respect the established guidelines. Events in the lighting industry for the operational year and beyond got canceled, with – best-case – limited online follow-up in place. To counter it and by putting many creative lighting hands together, the ‘Curious Lighting’ Exhibition in Berlin, Germany was born. Whereas overcrowded mass evens in lighting are not an option any longer to display the next-generation products and artworks, a safe, focussed, and appealing alternative has been determined: The Curious Lighting Event, running on this November 6th + 7th will center around lighting design and temporary light art.
Printed Optics and Optographix on Display
From Luximprint end, we will be showcasing our latest printed optics and Optographix solutions, both as integrated solutions and loose engineering samples. Products on display will tell the compelling story of additive optics fabrication, whereas our stunning ‘LIGHT Smoke Display’ will support the way novel facet lenses are designed and printed.
The award-winning concept is currently under implementation in cooperation with the Physionary optics design collective, that will join us on this exhibition.
Luminous Concepts, one of our directly affiliated companies, will have it’s stunning ‘Organza’ chandelier on display. Taking benefit of Luximprint’s Optographix technology, Luminous Concept serves as an integration and showcasing partner for the innovator of Printoptical Technology.
Exposition Areas On display will be pieces and concepts from @eliaslicht @rlon_studio @syntax.system @studiodeschutter_lighting @naamahofman @asaceremony @niclasjorgensen.design @luximprint.
November 6th +7th
4pm ~ 9pm
The exhibition will run in the wonderful Studio-U venue at Urbanstrasse 64, 2.HH, Berlin-Kreuzberg.
The exhibition has free access, however, it is required to register in advance via the link hereafter to ensure entrance upon arrival. Visitor amounts are limited due to COVID conditions.