Lightmosphere, designed in spring 2004 as a graduation project, focuses on the connection between light and emotion, explores the idea of 'light itself as an experience in the domestic environment'. With this system users can simply create and manipulate the ambiance lighting depending on theirmood via their own choices, in other words via their own“light cues” that is created by the various combinations of colored units.
Each unit is made of a 12x12x1/2 inch aluminum frame that holds LED’s and a micro-switch on it, and a 1/8 inch plexiglass filter.
Once users decide on the number of units that they want to use, and where and how to set them, they can create patterns and various effects using their color filters.
Lightmosphere units act as decorative panels on the walls during the day. In the evening users can turn on/off each unit individually by touching the filter. Users can create variety with the same products, by changing colors patterns and the setup throughout the years.
Lightmosphere matches colors with different moods and provides options to users in filter packs of six: Red and burgundy in “Passion”, pink and purple in “Dreams”, blue and green in “Peace”, colors of rainbow in “Company”, yellow and orange in “Home”.
Rooms with Lightmosphere turn into stages where households are performers. Colorful rooms, colorful houses, colorful windows, colorful streets and neighborhoods at nights...