A patented material made by embedding fiber optics between layers of solid wood with a specially formulated adhesive. The fiber optics transmit light through the panels, which allows static and moving images to be displayed through the wood.
The fiber optics allow natural or artificial light behind LUMINOSO to become visible on the other side. Blocking the light by using graphics (e.g., words, logos, shapes) behind LUMINOSO allows for the creation of customized effects.
LUMINOSO has a completely closed surface (there are no holes) that can be finished with a solvent-based lacquer, oil, or a water-based stain to match the tone or finish of other design elements. LUMINOSO can be milled, cut and sanded.
Hotels, bars, casinos, restaurants, retail, office areas, theaters, spas, jets, yachts, automobiles, and residences. LUMINOSO is used in walls, doors, ceilings, floors, stairs, furniture, lighting fixtures, signage, stereo equipment, and product casing.