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Product Specifications
Dimensions
800 mm tall x 40 mm wide x 15 mm thick
Weight
0.56 kg
Materials
High-caliber aluminium body structure, stainless steel joints
Color
Matte textured anthracite (dark grey)
Light Temperature
2700K

LIMINAL – Minimal Adaptable Lighting Unit

Drawing its inspiration from a single line, LIMINAL is a Minimal Adaptable Lighting Unit that can be used in various forms and structures. By using its kinetic joints and adjustable lighting modules, this lighting unit can transform itself into various formations and designs based on your usage scenario. The foldable body can be easily packed and does not take up too much of space when not in use. So whether it’s about using it as a wall unit lamp or a desk lamp, you can use LIMINAL in any which way you wish to. LIMINAL is made out of solid, high-caliber aluminum blocks that are CNC-milled, powder coated and refined through traditional craftsmanship. It includes custom designed, patent-pending, 270-degree rotatable stainless steel joints, IP20 certification as well as durable cable connections. Diffuse, high-grade LED lights are placed on two surfaces, with multiple switch outputs. But what brings the flexibility is the 270-degree rotatable joint pieces. Together they make LIMINAL truly one of a kind. A lighting unit you can use in every frame of your life. Get one on Kickstarter now at an early bird price of $150 only.

LIMINAL – Minimal Adaptable Lighting Unit
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Gadget Flow Rating 9.7/10
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Discovered on Dec 6, 2016, 4:02 pm EST
Discovered by Weston Lanpher
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