These seamlessly integrated illuminations by Philips, Fluvia Meystyle and Kaneka OLED transform walls into art.
At the Oslo Airport, an installation of Philips Luminous Patterns wall panels evokes the view of a city’s twinkling lights as seen from a descending plane. The customizable LED-integrated wall features dynamic movement controlled by the brand’s Dynalite System Manager. lighting.philips.com
With its trimless design, Antoni Arola’s OLED fixture for Fluvia is easily inserted into false ceilings or hollow partition walls. The light source, which can be rotated 360°, is embedded in a thin flat plane that sits perpendicular to the wall inside a circle. simonelectric.com
Meystyle has upped the ante on its LED wallpaper collection with the addition of this art-deco–inspired capsule collection, which features super thin and flexible OLED panels from LG alongside metallic accents. meystyle.com
Lighting designer Michiru Tanaka took inspiration for her Kumiko modular OLED wall tiles from both her birthplace in Japan and her current home, New York. The product, made by Kaneka OLED, borrows its patterns from traditional shoji screens as well as from New York’s grid system. kanekaoled.jp