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‘Woody’ is a collection of three types of lamps with different designs, but the basis of each – is using of hornbeam wood. This nice collection is created by French manufacturing company of contemporary lamps – goodbye edison that investigates the capacity of the LEDs to spread a softer indirect light. The names of the lamps are W01, W02 and W03 in order of increasing their heights. The smallest one is a ‘W01′ resembles a mushroom or a small lit table in its appearance. It has an LED light source of 24V and can be placed on a desk or a table. ‘W02′ and ‘W03′ have more complicated construction with a hornbeam dowel that reflects the light from a round-shaped white matte steel backdrop with a lighting element embedded into it. The lamps produce enjoyable soft glow.
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The new PirOLED lightning system was presented with a great success at the International Design Fair SuperPiu in April 2010 by OSRAM. Combining the latest OLED and LED technology that is available, the contemporary PirOLED lamp shows what is possible in the future. It creates the relaxing atmosphere with a mild white light being very versatile at the same time: each of the 5 OLED light panels can be differently adjusted and provides optimal, atmospheric lighting. Inspired by DNA shape and designed with high- tech, the PirOLED offers a calming ambience. It will perfectly suits either for your home or for the working place.