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iGuzzini’s ‘invisible light source’ named the most groundbreaking light fitting of the year

iGuzzini’s Laser Blade XS, the smallest luminaire in the Blade family of superslim luminaires, took home the Interior Luminaire of the Year Award at the 2017 Lux Awards, which marked the closure of LuxLive, one of the most important lighting trade shows in Europe, held at the Exhibition Centre in London between 15 and 16 November.

The award recognizes the Blade as “the year’s most groundbreaking interior light fitting.”

At the smallest end of the Blade range, the 28mm Laser Blade XS is the world’s smallest professional wall washer.

It features patented optics with Opti Beam technology, where multi-faceted texture amplifies the reflections of light rays emitted by the LED to create a clean final effect.

With its tiny dimensions, the Laser Blade XS has no visual impact whatsoever, creating a seemingly magical effect that can be hidden in the architectural fabric of any space.

For more information, visit the iGuzzini website.

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