Bina Baitel associated user interaction with nano-technology for her Recto Verso lamp
OLED technology–organic light-emitting diodes–have allowed illumination design to reach unprecedented levels
By associating user interaction with nano-technology, Bina Baitel studio created ‘Recto Verso’.
Recto-Verso is a reversible lamp that uses OLED technology, organic light-emitting diodes made of carbon and hydrogen-base materials in the form of extremely fine light-weight plaques.
OLED is an organic light-emitting diode in which the emissive electroluminescent layer is a film of organic compound which emits light in response to an electric current.
It is designed as a free-standing structure and has a leather pull-over sheath like the pouch of touch pad.
The luminescent plaques are integrated to the reverse side and with a touch of the hand can be activated to create varied atmospheres: direct light when the emitter side is face-up, indirect mood-lighting in reversed mode.
By associating an intuitive gesture with component that uses advanced nano-technology, the Recto-Verso lamp offers new interaction with light.
About Bina Baitel
Born in Paris in 1977, Bina Baitel graduates from the National School of Architecture of Paris La Villette in 2002.
She establishes her studio in 2006 exploring a broad range of sectors including art, furniture, lighting, architecture, consumer goods, space installation and art direction.
A multidisciplinary artist, her work has been rewarded with several French and international awards in the fields of art, architecture and design.
Through her constant experimentations in art, industrial design and architecture, Bina Baitel aims to transform concepts into objects and spaces.
Materials: OLED, leather, metal structure. Dimensions: H. 28cm × L. 42cm × W. 18cm.