Déjà vu LED?

The prolific design hub Art Lebedev is out with another of its creation and design-wise it’s got a major Philips hangover! I’m talking about the Optogan LED Lamp. To quote the studios, “the lamp combines classic ideas with advancements in microelectronics.” Anyways, the lamp features a radiator encasing that is designed as a set of ridges, which help in dissipating heat. These energy saving bulbs come as 40 & 60 watts. Simply love their organic form!

Designer: Art Lebedev Studio

6 Comments

  • Nothing like a wee bit of energy savings in exchange for a much more material/energy intensive production process for the heat sinks. It's a contradiction at best.

  • Nothing like a wee bit of energy savings in exchange for a much more material/energy intensive production process for the heat sinks. It's a contradiction at best.

  • neodub says:

    Ditto that.

  • neodub says:

    Ditto that.

  • Interesting design, however you should be looking at L-Prize submission from Philips. The lamp is a direct replacement for the standard 60W incandescent lamp, at 10W uses a remote phosphor lens, and the heat sink is a combination of aluminum and ceramic materials.

    There are concerns regarding the embodied energy of the fabrication of all LED products.

  • Interesting design, however you should be looking at L-Prize submission from Philips. The lamp is a direct replacement for the standard 60W incandescent lamp, at 10W uses a remote phosphor lens, and the heat sink is a combination of aluminum and ceramic materials.

    There are concerns regarding the embodied energy of the fabrication of all LED products.

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