Category: Light Insights
January 11, 2016

The Nanoleaf Aurora is a modular wall fixture LED lighting system designed to be arranged into countless geometric configurations without the requirement of a fixture.

Unveiled at the 2016 CES, the flat panel system predicts a near future when screwing in a light bulb will seem as antiquated as wired internet, homes might lose the need for switches altogether, and homeowners will configure lighting directly onto their walls like puzzle pieces.

The fully customizable triangular units connect and operate in unison (up to 30, sharing one power supply), with the option to change colors from a rainbow palette via app. Nanoleaf’s modular system is also HomeKit-enabled, meaning users will have the ability to command Siri to dim, turn off, or change the lights all by voice.

Although Nanoleaf hasn’t yet released pricing details, expect to see the Aurora available sometime in 2016 in starter packs of 10 units.

Via Design Milk.