British designer Tom Dixon has collaborated with Austrian architectural lighting specialists Prolicht, to create CODE a ranging of modern lighting fixtures.
The collection is made from LEDs that create a soft glow and celebrate the fast developing world of electronics and LEDs.
Tom says, ‘For the past year, we’ve been obsessed with printed circuit boards (PCBs). So flat, so efficient, and so very luminous! Our collaboration with Prolicht started high in the mountains of Innsbruck where we shared our first thoughts on a Minimal Track System that would attempt to remove the superfluous and reveal the light engine in all its naked glory.’
Prolicht explains, “CODE utilises bare LEDs on circuit boards that can be used to create thin strips, delicate chains and continuous columns of light. CODE has three LED light sources: Dot, Dash and Grid. These elementary shapes of round, square and line form the basis of a kit-of-parts, which allow infinite possibilities to design graphic lighting sculptures.”