The InfinityBrick is a glass brick with color changing lighting capability, ideal for decorative applications.
October 11th, 2010
The brick can be easily plugged together to create walls of color changing light. Very low energy consumption, a long life span and an excellent quality of finish make the InfinityBrick a standout for decorative lighting in a stylish and contemporary environment.
The InfinityBrick features ultra low power consumption of 4.5 watts per brick and a replaceable LED module to enhance it’s already long life span.
The InfinityBrick measures 190mm x 190mm x 80mm depth. It is made from reflective glass with an anodised aluminium frame.
Modular in design, the InfinityBrick can be supplied with transformer and a simple RBG controller. You can power a number of bricks per transformer. The bricks simply plug together. The system can also be customised with color changing controllers and larger transformers.
The InfinityBrick has won a number of awards including the prestigious reddot design award. It is used in applications such as shopping and retail, clubs and bars, receptions and foyers, as well as in residential installations, anywhere color and light can be used to create or enhance atmosphere and ambience.
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