Dallas Market Center last month announced details for the North American trade event debut of CoeLux® artificial sunlight systems at Lightovation—Dallas International Lighting Show.
CoeLux artificial windows and skylights reproduce the true effect of light and space. The products are a complex optical system using nanotechnology to artificially reproduce the natural light and visual appearance of the sun and sky. The result is achieved thanks to the comprehensive work carried on by an interdisciplinary team of researchers in the field of optical physics, numerical modelling, chemistry, material science, architecture and design.
For interior designers, the solution is an opportunity to create the sensation of infinite space within residential and commercial projects.
“We are thrilled to partner with CoeLux to premiere their amazing series of products that are both stylish and innovative,” said Cindy Morris, president and CEO of Dallas Market Center. “Designers and retailers will have to see the products in person to believe how impressive they are and to understand the immediate benefits they can provide for customers.”
“In order to demonstrate our advanced products to a wider audience we are pleased to join Dallas Market Center,” said Andrew Ard, Koa Technology Group, which represents CoeLux in North America. “This is a disruptive technology that will change the way spaces are designed and lit. We look forward to showing the features to buyers beginning in January.”
In addition to its aesthetic impression, CoeLux benefits include health and wellness according to studies conducted by Bartenbach GmbH/CoeLux. The innovative products yielded measurably enhanced mood state and well-being, lower de-activation, and a calming effect.
Among the CoeLux products on display in Light + Design will be the CoeLux 45LC, designed for ceiling installation. The CoeLux 45LC features a 45-degree solar-elevation angle and guarantees an ideal balance of light and shade, thus enhancing architectural shapes and volumes in a space. The product requires the minimum width above the false ceiling among current CoeLux solutions.
In addition to the 45LC, there will be 18 examples from the newer ST family of CoeLux products in various formats. The CoeLux ST is a fairly compact module, suitable for a variety of applications replacing 2×2 fixtures. Unlike the original CoeLux fixtures, a “sun” is not visible in the ST models, but rather a series of louver options reflect, diffuse and refract the light, mimicking the effect of sunlight through clouds, foliage and precipitation. Light can also be aimed to shine indirectly, illuminating the light well.
CoeLux is represented by Koa Technology Group, the first North American showroom of CoeLux Artificial Sunlight Systems.