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Brief Published: 9 Feb 2012

Scenographic Ceiling Lights


Consumers can now introduce some surreal grandeur into any space with a new lighting concept from Hamburg and Berlin based designers Lightboys. The ceiling lights employ large format photographs to transform even the most drab of ceilings into more visually stimulating scenes.

From classical domes to dishevelled glass roofs and exuberant chandeliers, the available scenes vary greatly. Each image is mounted on an ultra light frame just 44mm thick.

The lights are reminiscent of Stockholm and Munich based multi-disciplinary design practice Kram Weisshaar’s Hypersky installations, featured in Stylus’ Return to Nature report. However, whereas Hypersky offers all-natural scenography, Lightboys’ designs feature only manmade architectural panoramas.