Three-dimensional light structures fascinate people rather like the Northern or Southern Lights. The aurora comes from electrically charged particles in the magnetosphere colliding with heavy ions in the upper layers of the earth’s atmosphere, triggering processes and leading to changes in their electron configurations. The three-dimensional lighting effect created by LUMIÉRE LUX is far less complicated and rare. What makes this material so fascinating is how it interacts with LEDs, which allow it to take on any colour at all. The secret lies in the composition of the LUMIÉRE LUX material, which can be used in countless ways. These 3D light structures break through the confines of spaces and create an optical depth which almost expands cramped areas.