Key facts

Product:
Illuminated Frame Wall-Mounted
Family:
Illuminated Frame Wall-Mounted
Manufacturer:
Pixlip >
Designer:
Karl Lang >, Lars Backhaus >
Architonic ID:
1404885
Country:
Germany
Manufacturer groups :
Interior lighting-Special lights >
Outdoor lighting-Outdoor wall lights >
Wall decoration-Luminous walls >
Groups:
Interior lighting-Special lights >
Outdoor lighting-Outdoor wall lights >
Wall decoration-Luminous walls >

Product family

Concept

The PIXLIP surface light system offers a flexible design element in a dynamic interaction between lighting and space. These homogeneously-illuminated frames are based on made-to-measure aluminum profiles that allow for optimum light reflection thanks to their special design. Illumination is provided by laterally-mounted LED modules, whose light diffusely provide backlighting to the fabric surface cover. With its clear form language, the system represents a new generation of integrated lighting solutions and allows for a wide and varying range of application and design options.


The diffuse light of the backlit PIXLIP wall picture not only produces pleasant and homogeneous surface lighting but a special atmosphere in the room as well. This not only benefits product presentation in store and trade fair construction but the workplace environment in the office or in production as well.

The fabric surface of the illuminated frame can moreover convey personalized messages and help provide individual differentiation thanks to its colorfast printing. The backlit, printed fabric can be easily removed using the rubber lip system, ensuring access to underlying components, such as in elevators.

These light boxes can be integrated flush with the wall, or they can also be screwed. Profile depths are tailored to individual needs and range between 50 and 200mm. If narrower versions are desired, then they can be achieved using a full backlighting lens. The aluminum can be powdered in any RAL tone and customized, if desired. Components are assembled on-site, allowing for installation in areas that only have limited access options. They can optionally be controlled using DMX/DALI.

Uniform design lines is also possible in comprehensive projects due to the clear design language.