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Hey Mister - Blue Sky Is Not The Limit

27 June 2018

Would you like to install glass panels in the roof of your office building...or the roof in any building? Nice but expensive (and possibly architecturally impossible). Take a look at the picture - that's LED flat screen projecting a blue sky image.

Led Sky Ceilings (LSC) are the UK distributor for Lumick’s ultra-thin LED ceiling and wall panels.

An LSC contact said: "Introducing sky panels simulates daylight coming through a window. Our panels deploy realistic high-resolution pictures which can be selected from our extensive on-line catalogue or can be manufactured from your own favourite image.

"We can transform the mood in any chosen setting. Staff will really feel the relaxation of working outside; patients will feel the stress free relaxation induced by looking into a clear blue sky; conference delegates will be energised by the ambiance; and shoppers will be blown away by the refreshing new surroundings."

The cleverly recessed panels simulate a traditional window frame. They can be incorporated into any standard suspended ceiling. They come in the standard ceiling tile size of 60cm by 60cm. Other sizes can be ordered (60cm x 120cm or 120cm by 120cm) depending on the required effect.

If the ceiling isn’t made from suspended tiles, LSC has alternative bracket fittings for most surfaces. The panels can also be hung vertically to achieve a wall window effect.


Going Dutch

In conjunction with the Dutch Photo Museum, LSC can bring a plain wall to life by choosing a picture from the archive of the Museum.

Sadly, components for both systems only have a two year warranty.

Picture: LED flat screens projecting a blue sky

Article written by Cathryn Ellis | Published 27 June 2018


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