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Light Up Any Room Instantly With LED Wallpaper [Pics]

Light Up Any Room Instantly With LED Wallpaper [Pics]
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A new innovation allows walls to be transformed with the flick of a switch.

Yi Chen
  • 6 august 2012


Architects Paper partnered with renowned lighting designer Ingo Maurer for three years to develop the LED wallpaper. The high-tech wallpaper acts as a thing circuit board covered with small LED lights. A set of lights can be switched on or off to create a combination of colors and patterns. Furthermore, the lights can also be dimmed to create a more subtle effect.

Martin Hisge, Marketing Manager of Architects Paper, commented that:

Product development takes time, the more so as alongside the pure wallpaper printing, a lot of new electro-technical work came our way for which we first of all had to find solutions.

Architects Paper hopes that the innovation will transform walls into a “stage for a unique show of lighting, a drama both extravagant and memorable.”

Click through the images below to see how the wallpaper works:

Architects Paper

 

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