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Purolinear 360

Prize(s) Honorable Mentions
Company SONNEMAN–A Way of Light
Lead Designers Robert Sonneman
Completion Date January 1, 2020
Project Location New York
Entry Description

Purolinear 360 is a system of linear tubes, set within the geometry of surface-mounted cylinder brackets, which rotate individually to direct the LED illumination in 360 degrees along their axis. Arranged in a linear pattern or along a single path, the possibilities for compositions are endless and unlimited in scalability. Set on a wall, in line behind a bed, the rotatable luminaires provide the variability of direct or indirect illumination. Arranged along a large wall in an extensive intersecting pattern, the composition forms a dramatic sculptural light-scape.

In a bath, its rotatable light tubes can be arranged to surround a mirror on all four sides. This system creates dramatically variable illumination across large planes or narrow lengths of surfaces. Its rotatable light can run along a narrow hallway or around the perimeter of a large ceiling. Purolinear 360 provides the perfect geometry of light as an architectural element of a modern space.
The system can transition between wall and ceiling mounting using corner connectors, providing an unbroken path of directable linear illumination throughout a space. Light can be directed in 360 degrees of rotation around its axis.