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Luminaires Made Of Fascinating LUCEM Lichtbeton® Light Concrete

October 2019

LUCEM Lights: Unique light objects for living space and garden 

Fascinating: solid concrete that shines through the light. How is something like this possible? LUCEM Lichtbeton® is a mixture of fine concrete and light-transmitting fibers. Hundreds of thousands of embedded optical fibers transmit the light incident on the back through the material. As a result, LUCEM Lichtbeton® begins to shine fascinatingly from the inside out.The manufacturing process is highly complex and requires numerous steps, some of which are patented and made in Germany. The light-transmitting concrete panels with 200,000 light-transmitting fibers per m² are the starting product for special applications in architecture and interior design, in gardening and landscaping, and most recently in luminaire design.

LUCEM one is the first Lichtbeton® luminaire series. The handmade lighting collection "made in Germany" includes wall lights, table lamps and floor-standing luminaires for indoor and outdoor use. They consist of 2 cm thick translucent Lichtbeton® panels in the colors anthracite or white. Inside there is an energy-efficient LED lighting technology (replaceable light source). Without lighting, the LUCEM lights have a natural stone-like look, with LED lighting switched on, they shine in a unique aesthetic, create impressive lighting effects and a special atmosphere. The floor-standing light conrete cubes “one_cube_L” with a height of 45 cm can also be used as a side table or seat cube and are provided with a wooden surface at the top. LUCEM Lights made of Lichtbeton® are available in the online shop at www.lucemlights.com.

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