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SanDisk ImageMate Readers


Description
Project: Family of Digital Memory Card Readers.
Client: SanDisk
Date: 2008
Context: Developed at LUNAR
Status: In production since 2009

Exhibitions:
Diseño México Los Contemporáneos, Mexico City 2012
Red Dot Winner Projects, Germany 2009

Awards:
IDEA Bronze 2010
Red Dot Product Design Award 2009
Chicago Athenaeum Good Design Award 2009

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SanDisk ImageMate Readers


Description
Project: Family of Digital Memory Card Readers.
Client: SanDisk
Date: 2008
Context: Developed at LUNAR
Status: In production since 2009

Exhibitions:
Diseño México Los Contemporáneos, Mexico City 2012
Red Dot Winner Projects, Germany 2009

Awards:
IDEA Bronze 2010
Red Dot Product Design Award 2009
Chicago Athenaeum Good Design Award 2009

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Cascuz Helmet


Description
Project: Cyclist's Helmet with Integrated Light Modules
Date: 2005
Context: Developed at LUNAR

Exhibitions:
IDSA Winning Projects, San Francisco 2007
Red Dot Winner Projects, Singapore 2006

Awards:
Red Dot Best of the Best 2006
IDEA Bronze Award 2007

Photo credits:
Isaac Smeke

Cascuz Helmet


Description
Project: Cyclist's Helmet with Integrated Light Modules
Date: 2005
Context: Developed at LUNAR

Exhibitions:
IDSA Winning Projects, San Francisco 2007
Red Dot Winner Projects, Singapore 2006

Awards:
Red Dot Best of the Best 2006
IDEA Bronze Award 2007

Photo credits:
Isaac Smeke

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Nike Flyknit Experience Booth


Description
For the Nike Flyknit Lunar1+ Product Launch in Mexico, AGENT designed a Product Trial Experience Booth in collaboration with agency LENOM PB, who coordinated production.

The booth was presented at the Nosotras Corremos Nike 10K Women Race on March 10th, 2013 in Mexico City, where the shoe was introduced to the market.

As a fully immersive experience, women had the chance to try the shoes on a treadmill while screens showed videos with the product attributes.

Following the brand vision and product image, the booth design was infused with the knit & rope themes. The Flyknit shoes are tightly suspended in the air with ropes to showcase their lightness and iconic design, at eye level.

The booth will be placed at local shopping centers for people to try the product through this immersive experience.

Nike Flyknit Experience Booth


Description
For the Nike Flyknit Lunar1+ Product Launch in Mexico, AGENT designed a Product Trial Experience Booth in collaboration with agency LENOM PB, who coordinated production.

The booth was presented at the Nosotras Corremos Nike 10K Women Race on March 10th, 2013 in Mexico City, where the shoe was introduced to the market.

As a fully immersive experience, women had the chance to try the shoes on a treadmill while screens showed videos with the product attributes.

Following the brand vision and product image, the booth design was infused with the knit & rope themes. The Flyknit shoes are tightly suspended in the air with ropes to showcase their lightness and iconic design, at eye level.

The booth will be placed at local shopping centers for people to try the product through this immersive experience.

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Cineteca Nacional Interiors


Description
Interior design of Government-Operated National Cinema Theaters in Mexico City, in collaboration with Rojkind Arquitectos, Esrawe Studio, & Emilia Franssen. Project included 4 new theaters, 7 remodeled theaters, ice-cream shop and cafeterias, from concept to completion including construction documentation & supervision.

Date: 2011-2013

Awards:
- 2014 A+ Typology Award (with Rojkind Arquitectos) 
- 2014 AIA Denver Honor Award (with Rojkind Arquitectos) 
- 2014 AIA Colorado Merit Award (with Rojkind Arquitectos) 

Photos: Jaime Navarro, courtesy of Rojkind Arquitectos.

Cineteca Nacional Interiors


Description
Interior design of Government-Operated National Cinema Theaters in Mexico City, in collaboration with Rojkind Arquitectos, Esrawe Studio, & Emilia Franssen. Project included 4 new theaters, 7 remodeled theaters, ice-cream shop and cafeterias, from concept to completion including construction documentation & supervision.

Date: 2011-2013

Awards:
- 2014 A+ Typology Award (with Rojkind Arquitectos) 
- 2014 AIA Denver Honor Award (with Rojkind Arquitectos) 
- 2014 AIA Colorado Merit Award (with Rojkind Arquitectos) 

Photos: Jaime Navarro, courtesy of Rojkind Arquitectos.

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HP Wireless Speaker


Description
Project: Wireless BT Speaker
Date: 2012
Client: HP
Context: Developed with LUNAR
Status: Produced

HP Wireless Speaker


Description
Project: Wireless BT Speaker
Date: 2012
Client: HP
Context: Developed with LUNAR
Status: Produced

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Round LunaTik


Description
Project: LT Round Watch
Date: 2012
Context: Mexico City
Status: Concept

This project is a concept exercise on the LunaTik ecosystem and watch architecture.

The LunaTik watch was developed by Scott Wilson and MNML as an accessory for the 6th Generation iPod Nano in 2010 with an incredibly successful Kickstarter campaing that gave birth to the LunaTik brand. When the 6th-gen iPod Nano was discontinued, LunaTik offered a new range of watches that fit in the same wrist mounted cases.

As a tribute to LunaTik's success, this concept is an exploration of a circular watch form factor leveraging the existing LunaTik straps to complement the ecosystem developed by Wilson and MNML.

Round LunaTik


Description
Project: LT Round Watch
Date: 2012
Context: Mexico City
Status: Concept

This project is a concept exercise on the LunaTik ecosystem and watch architecture.

The LunaTik watch was developed by Scott Wilson and MNML as an accessory for the 6th Generation iPod Nano in 2010 with an incredibly successful Kickstarter campaing that gave birth to the LunaTik brand. When the 6th-gen iPod Nano was discontinued, LunaTik offered a new range of watches that fit in the same wrist mounted cases.

As a tribute to LunaTik's success, this concept is an exploration of a circular watch form factor leveraging the existing LunaTik straps to complement the ecosystem developed by Wilson and MNML.

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Isle of I - Sink


Description
Project: Limited Edition Sink with Integrated Mirror
Date: 2011
Client: Residential Lofts of R432 Tower in Mexico City
Context: Developed at AGENT

Exhibitions:
International Contemporary Furniture Fair, New York 2011

Isle of I - Sink


Description
Project: Limited Edition Sink with Integrated Mirror
Date: 2011
Client: Residential Lofts of R432 Tower in Mexico City
Context: Developed at AGENT

Exhibitions:
International Contemporary Furniture Fair, New York 2011

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Silla Guarda


Description
Project: Two chairs in one. Inside-Out collection
Date: 2009
Status: Prototypes

Exhibitions:
Diseño México Los Contemporáneos, Mexico City 2012

Awards:
Singapore Furniture Design Award Finalist, 2010

Silla Guarda


Description
Project: Two chairs in one. Inside-Out collection
Date: 2009
Status: Prototypes

Exhibitions:
Diseño México Los Contemporáneos, Mexico City 2012

Awards:
Singapore Furniture Design Award Finalist, 2010

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Rehilete Kitchen for Mabe


Description
Project: The Kitchen as a Cycle. Kitchen with dedicated-function stations
Date: 2011
Client: Mabe / GE Profile
Context: Developed at AGENT

Exhibitions:
Expo Cihac, Mexico City 2012
Mabe Cocinas de Autor, Mexico City 2011

Rehilete Kitchen for Mabe


Description
Project: The Kitchen as a Cycle. Kitchen with dedicated-function stations
Date: 2011
Client: Mabe / GE Profile
Context: Developed at AGENT

Exhibitions:
Expo Cihac, Mexico City 2012
Mabe Cocinas de Autor, Mexico City 2011

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BrightWalk Shoes


Description
Project: Human-powered Self-Illuminating Shoe
Date: 2003
Context: Developed as Zanicdesign

Exhibitions:
Metropolis Conf. Design Entrepreneurs Rethinking Energy, New York 2007
Red Dot Winner Projects, 2005 Singapore

Awards:
Red Dot Design Award 2005
Runner Up Metropolis Magazine Next Generation 2007
Honorable Mention Core77 Design Challenge II 2003

BrightWalk Shoes


Description
Project: Human-powered Self-Illuminating Shoe
Date: 2003
Context: Developed as Zanicdesign

Exhibitions:
Metropolis Conf. Design Entrepreneurs Rethinking Energy, New York 2007
Red Dot Winner Projects, 2005 Singapore

Awards:
Red Dot Design Award 2005
Runner Up Metropolis Magazine Next Generation 2007
Honorable Mention Core77 Design Challenge II 2003

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Foro Ciel


Description
Interior design of a co-working space office; for the Transformadora Ciel business incubator programs, at the Coca-Cola Latin America HQ in Mexico City.

As part of an ongoing collaboration with The Coca-Cola Company, Rojkind Arquitectos together with AGENT worked on the design of Foro Ciel, the physical space which will houses the Transformadora Ciel programs.

Foro Ciel is the vivid example of a positive transformation as its main premise. Having an unused space as a starting point (flat roof and helipad) and transforming it into a productive co-working center, surrounded by green areas (including an orchard), the space not only achieves functionality but also revives a corner of the city.

The site, reinvented with recycled materials and a series of clean technologies, acquires a green roof whose vegetation does not require irrigation from the grid since a rain water collecting system was installed.

The furniture, includes interchangeable modules that activate a flexible configuration interior where different groups are able to work in various topics and re-arrange the layout as their work flow requires to.

The shapes within the space, as well the curved windows are reminiscent of Ciel’s “double droplet” logotype and a representation of the dynamic work space it holds.

Some of the sustainable design considerations to:
- Natural and LED-based lighting
- Water-based paint for structural elements
- Powder coated paint for most furniture pieces
- The majority of furniture pieces are locally-produced
- Green roof with rain water collection
- Use of recycled materials and re-use of existing structural elements
- Use of low impact materials that contribute to LEED certification
- Solar panels which contribute to most of the electrical power
- Exposed installations to eliminate the need of unnecessary finishes

TEAM CREDITS:
Design: AGENT + Rojkind Arquitectos
Creative Direction: Michel Rojkind, Gerardo Salinas, Alberto Villarreal
Lead Designer: Felipe Castañeda
Architecture & Interior Design team: Emilia Franssen, Isaac Smeke, Tom Pelzer, Benjamin Salas
Lighting Design: AGENT + Sylumis
Special Furniture Design: AGENT
MEP: Alejandra Ramirez / Innovative Design
Green Roof & Vegetation: Zona Verde Mx
Structural Engineering: Ing. Jorge A. Cadena
Construction: Constructora Mancar
Construction Management: Hines-Mexico

Foro Ciel


Description
Interior design of a co-working space office; for the Transformadora Ciel business incubator programs, at the Coca-Cola Latin America HQ in Mexico City.

As part of an ongoing collaboration with The Coca-Cola Company, Rojkind Arquitectos together with AGENT worked on the design of Foro Ciel, the physical space which will houses the Transformadora Ciel programs.

Foro Ciel is the vivid example of a positive transformation as its main premise. Having an unused space as a starting point (flat roof and helipad) and transforming it into a productive co-working center, surrounded by green areas (including an orchard), the space not only achieves functionality but also revives a corner of the city.

The site, reinvented with recycled materials and a series of clean technologies, acquires a green roof whose vegetation does not require irrigation from the grid since a rain water collecting system was installed.

The furniture, includes interchangeable modules that activate a flexible configuration interior where different groups are able to work in various topics and re-arrange the layout as their work flow requires to.

The shapes within the space, as well the curved windows are reminiscent of Ciel’s “double droplet” logotype and a representation of the dynamic work space it holds.

Some of the sustainable design considerations to:
- Natural and LED-based lighting
- Water-based paint for structural elements
- Powder coated paint for most furniture pieces
- The majority of furniture pieces are locally-produced
- Green roof with rain water collection
- Use of recycled materials and re-use of existing structural elements
- Use of low impact materials that contribute to LEED certification
- Solar panels which contribute to most of the electrical power
- Exposed installations to eliminate the need of unnecessary finishes

TEAM CREDITS:
Design: AGENT + Rojkind Arquitectos
Creative Direction: Michel Rojkind, Gerardo Salinas, Alberto Villarreal
Lead Designer: Felipe Castañeda
Architecture & Interior Design team: Emilia Franssen, Isaac Smeke, Tom Pelzer, Benjamin Salas
Lighting Design: AGENT + Sylumis
Special Furniture Design: AGENT
MEP: Alejandra Ramirez / Innovative Design
Green Roof & Vegetation: Zona Verde Mx
Structural Engineering: Ing. Jorge A. Cadena
Construction: Constructora Mancar
Construction Management: Hines-Mexico

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Mercado Roma Interiors/Furniture


Description
Project: Interiors/Furniture for Gourmet Market & Restaurant based on a refurbished existing structure in Mexico City's up-and-coming Roma neighborhood.

Date: 2012-2013
Client: Mercado Roma
Context: Developed at AGENT in collaboration with Rojkind Arquitectos, Cadena y Asociados, & Cecilia León de la Barra.

Mercado Roma Interiors/Furniture


Description
Project: Interiors/Furniture for Gourmet Market & Restaurant based on a refurbished existing structure in Mexico City's up-and-coming Roma neighborhood.

Date: 2012-2013
Client: Mercado Roma
Context: Developed at AGENT in collaboration with Rojkind Arquitectos, Cadena y Asociados, & Cecilia León de la Barra.

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HP Photosmart A536 Printer


Description
Project: Photo-size (6x4in) Portable Printer
Date: 2008
Client: HP
Context: Developed at LUNAR
Status: Produced


 

HP Photosmart A536 Printer


Description
Project: Photo-size (6x4in) Portable Printer
Date: 2008
Client: HP
Context: Developed at LUNAR
Status: Produced


 

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AGENT - Creative Direction


Description:
Creative Direction and Brand Integration for AGENT.
Brand Identity, Web, and Collateral coordination.

Client: AGENT 09 SA de CV
Date: 2009 - 2013

Branding concept: Face & AGENT
Web Programing: Rodrigo Mejia
Printed Book: Ernesto Moncada / Welcome Branding Group

Awards:
Honorable Mention at The CSS Awards 2010 (for website)
 

AGENT - Creative Direction


Description:
Creative Direction and Brand Integration for AGENT.
Brand Identity, Web, and Collateral coordination.

Client: AGENT 09 SA de CV
Date: 2009 - 2013

Branding concept: Face & AGENT
Web Programing: Rodrigo Mejia
Printed Book: Ernesto Moncada / Welcome Branding Group

Awards:
Honorable Mention at The CSS Awards 2010 (for website)
 

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LITOS for BRAIN & STORM


Description
Modular system of storage pieces made out of concrete and walnut hardwood for Brain&Storm brand. Based on the award-winning project LITOS, by Alberto Villarreal.

LITOS for BRAIN & STORM


Description
Modular system of storage pieces made out of concrete and walnut hardwood for Brain&Storm brand. Based on the award-winning project LITOS, by Alberto Villarreal.

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Accuray CKG4


Description
Project: CyberKnife G4, Non-Invasive Radiation Oncology System.
Date: 2005
Client: Accuray
Context: Developed at LUNAR

Awards:
IF Hanoover Product Design Award 2007
Chicago Athenaeum Good Design Award 2006
IDEA Bronze Award 2006

Accuray CKG4


Description
Project: CyberKnife G4, Non-Invasive Radiation Oncology System.
Date: 2005
Client: Accuray
Context: Developed at LUNAR

Awards:
IF Hanoover Product Design Award 2007
Chicago Athenaeum Good Design Award 2006
IDEA Bronze Award 2006

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EOSkate


Description
Project: Skateboard made out of Recycled Paper from rejected books
Date: 2012
Client: EOS México
Context: Developed at AGENT

Exhibitions:
EOS Mexico Book Presentation, Comex Showroom, Mexico City 2012

EOSkate


Description
Project: Skateboard made out of Recycled Paper from rejected books
Date: 2012
Client: EOS México
Context: Developed at AGENT

Exhibitions:
EOS Mexico Book Presentation, Comex Showroom, Mexico City 2012

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The Designers Field Guide to Sustainability


Description
Project: The Designers Field Guide to Sustainability.
Date: 2008
Context: Developed at LUNAR

Awards:
Print Magazine Regional Design Award 2009

The Designers Field Guide to Sustainability


Description
Project: The Designers Field Guide to Sustainability.
Date: 2008
Context: Developed at LUNAR

Awards:
Print Magazine Regional Design Award 2009

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Liverpool Façade


Description
Project: Multi-layer Pattern Design for Façade,
Design Concept & Parametric Study
Date: 2010
Client: Rojkind Arquitectos
Context: Graphic Pattern Concept developed by AGENT for Rojkind Arquitectos, for the Liverpool Insurgentes Department Store, Mexico City
(architectural design and implementation by Rojkind Arquitectos)
Photography credit: Jaime Navarro & Rojkind Arquitectos

Awards:
- p/a Citation Award  (with Rojkind Arquitectos) 
- AIA Denver Honor Award (with Rojkind Arquitectos) 

Liverpool Façade


Description
Project: Multi-layer Pattern Design for Façade,
Design Concept & Parametric Study
Date: 2010
Client: Rojkind Arquitectos
Context: Graphic Pattern Concept developed by AGENT for Rojkind Arquitectos, for the Liverpool Insurgentes Department Store, Mexico City
(architectural design and implementation by Rojkind Arquitectos)
Photography credit: Jaime Navarro & Rojkind Arquitectos

Awards:
- p/a Citation Award  (with Rojkind Arquitectos) 
- AIA Denver Honor Award (with Rojkind Arquitectos) 

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MXL Taxi


Description:
Project: Taxi for Mexico City
Date: 2008

Awards:
- Red Dot Design Award 2008
- Finalist at "Taxi for Mexico City" competition organized by ICYT (Mexico City Government)

Story:
MX-Libris is a zero emissions vehicle that incorporates a range of selected technologies of the transportation industry, that are appropriate to the Latin American region.

The concept of the vehicle is specifically designed for the function of a taxi, taking into consideration the cultural, urban transit, demographic and climate conditions of cities in Latin America.

The use of such technologies as fuel-cells platform or “drive by wire” direction, make a more optimized use of space by replacing mechanical components with electronic ones and therefore providing more interior space. the vehicle is compact but high to facilitate access to passengers and driver.

The aesthetic design does not follow either a sports or family-type look because it is intentionally designed to be a new segment of public transport with an urban friendly appeal.

MXL Taxi


Description:
Project: Taxi for Mexico City
Date: 2008

Awards:
- Red Dot Design Award 2008
- Finalist at "Taxi for Mexico City" competition organized by ICYT (Mexico City Government)

Story:
MX-Libris is a zero emissions vehicle that incorporates a range of selected technologies of the transportation industry, that are appropriate to the Latin American region.

The concept of the vehicle is specifically designed for the function of a taxi, taking into consideration the cultural, urban transit, demographic and climate conditions of cities in Latin America.

The use of such technologies as fuel-cells platform or “drive by wire” direction, make a more optimized use of space by replacing mechanical components with electronic ones and therefore providing more interior space. the vehicle is compact but high to facilitate access to passengers and driver.

The aesthetic design does not follow either a sports or family-type look because it is intentionally designed to be a new segment of public transport with an urban friendly appeal.

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OUT Chair


Description
Project: Bent Plywood Chair
Date: 2011
Client: Outbox Office Complex, Monterrey, Mexico
Context: Developed at AGENT

Exhibitions:
International Contemporary Furniture Fair, New York 2011

OUT Chair


Description
Project: Bent Plywood Chair
Date: 2011
Client: Outbox Office Complex, Monterrey, Mexico
Context: Developed at AGENT

Exhibitions:
International Contemporary Furniture Fair, New York 2011

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Twist, Smartphone Study for Aava Mobile


Description:
Project: Twist SmartPhone
Date: 2010
Client: Aava Mobile
Context: Developed at AGENT for Core77 Design Invitational

Exhibitions:
- Mobile World Congress, Barcelona 2011
- HP 3 Concepts 1 Idea to Share, Vallery Gallery, Barcelona 2011

Twist, Smartphone Study for Aava Mobile


Description:
Project: Twist SmartPhone
Date: 2010
Client: Aava Mobile
Context: Developed at AGENT for Core77 Design Invitational

Exhibitions:
- Mobile World Congress, Barcelona 2011
- HP 3 Concepts 1 Idea to Share, Vallery Gallery, Barcelona 2011

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Konica-Minolta OLED Studies


Description:
Project: OLED studies
Client: Konica-Minolta
Date: 2010
Context: Developed by AGENT

Story:
Commissioned by KONICA MINOLTA; the AGENT team explored new applications for the OLED lighting technology, and they came up with two concepts: Strip light & Wearable band of light.

OLED Characteristics:
-The surface emits the light
-Curved lighting
-Slim and lightweight
-Does not warm up
-Low CO2 emissions

OLED is the first light source that emits the light from the surface itself.  It can provide illumination for large areas as well as for very small ones.  It is thin and flexible and can be curved in any way.

Concept 2 - Strip light:
It began as an idea to fuse public seating with street lighting; stretched out, flexible OLED lighting panels bent at various levels to form benches of light, serving as public seating or display surfaces, and this evolved into a bus stop with illuminated timetables and neighborhood maps that are clearly visible even at night.

Forget maps at each junction, tap a marker and follow the strip of light to your destination.

Beyond the bus stop, the strips of light extend along the roadside creating a dynamic system that illuminates the city streets, as needed, day or night.

OLED has a very high-energy efficiency, reducing CO2 emissions and it contains no hazardous substances (such as mercury), making it an environmentally sound, clean form of lighting.

Concept 2 - Wearable band of light:
Cool, wrap-on accessories that glow with light and can be worn around your body, matching your personality.

The bands are lightweight, bendable, slim, and cool, and can be curved any way you like, they can be as thin as a piece of paper or cloth.  Patterns of light can be arranged in countless variations to decorate and create any desired mood.

They bands can be combined with other of jewelry and can also display text and graphics.

When people wear the bands they can be easily spotted by drivers at night, this gives the product an extra quality of “functional jewelry”.

Konica-Minolta OLED Studies


Description:
Project: OLED studies
Client: Konica-Minolta
Date: 2010
Context: Developed by AGENT

Story:
Commissioned by KONICA MINOLTA; the AGENT team explored new applications for the OLED lighting technology, and they came up with two concepts: Strip light & Wearable band of light.

OLED Characteristics:
-The surface emits the light
-Curved lighting
-Slim and lightweight
-Does not warm up
-Low CO2 emissions

OLED is the first light source that emits the light from the surface itself.  It can provide illumination for large areas as well as for very small ones.  It is thin and flexible and can be curved in any way.

Concept 2 - Strip light:
It began as an idea to fuse public seating with street lighting; stretched out, flexible OLED lighting panels bent at various levels to form benches of light, serving as public seating or display surfaces, and this evolved into a bus stop with illuminated timetables and neighborhood maps that are clearly visible even at night.

Forget maps at each junction, tap a marker and follow the strip of light to your destination.

Beyond the bus stop, the strips of light extend along the roadside creating a dynamic system that illuminates the city streets, as needed, day or night.

OLED has a very high-energy efficiency, reducing CO2 emissions and it contains no hazardous substances (such as mercury), making it an environmentally sound, clean form of lighting.

Concept 2 - Wearable band of light:
Cool, wrap-on accessories that glow with light and can be worn around your body, matching your personality.

The bands are lightweight, bendable, slim, and cool, and can be curved any way you like, they can be as thin as a piece of paper or cloth.  Patterns of light can be arranged in countless variations to decorate and create any desired mood.

They bands can be combined with other of jewelry and can also display text and graphics.

When people wear the bands they can be easily spotted by drivers at night, this gives the product an extra quality of “functional jewelry”.