Bringing Life To Interior Walls with Luminous Panels
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As the realm of interior design continues to evolve with new technologies, “living walls” have emerged as an innovative new concept. The new ArtMorph luminous wall panel is a one-of-a-kind product that deftly combines lighting and display technology with the added benefit of a unique texture selection. Its adaptability and customizable solutions allow it to blend into an array of environments, opening up possibilities for interiors that elevate visual storytelling, going beyond the constraints of traditional design.
Technology, when merged with creative passion, has the power to revolutionize visual expression and redefine the way we perceive and interact with our surroundings. The world of ArtMorph, created by CECOCECO, allows designers to bring together light, space and design in one innovative statement wall.
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These luminous wall panels combine lighting and display technology with captivating textures, innovative products, and customized solutions, and are designed to blend into various environments. It is a new alternative to conventional LED displays, pioneering the seamless integration of an intense high-resolution display with the evocative remembrances of texture—thereby fueling a dynamic dialogue between the two. The wall panel has a high-resolution LED display of 80*80 pixels per panel, enveloped in a rich rendition of wood, stone, textile, or metal. With these features, the panels can evoke interactive narratives on walls.
The canvas of ArtMorph can be used in commercial spaces, transforming an otherwise familiar terrain into a tapestry of vibrant hues and elegant textures. This creation employs brightness levels of up to 700 nits to ensure that it can be fully experienced, regardless of the time of day.
Breaking free from the constraints of design rigidity, the ArtMorph offers maximum flexibility for architectural exploration. Every corner of a commercial space –be it a vibrant retail outlet, a streamlined corporate office, or a concert hall– can incorporate a wall panel with lights, textures, and colors, transforming them into engaging, interactive spaces of creativity.
The user-friendly control system allows architects to leverage the intuitive interface to mold, bend, and birth the visual narrative