With inspiration taken from nature, Nanoleaf releases a new series of brilliant tiles called Elements.
The new hexagon-shaped light panels are made of wood imitation and can be assembled in more or less any way.
A starter package with seven panels costs around SEK 2,300. The modules are attached to the wall with double-sided adhesive tape.
– Most smart products are only made with a focus on functionality and not considering how well they fit into our homes. Our goal is to change that, says Gimmy Chu, CEO and co-founder of Nanoleaf.
Nanoleaf Elements mimics daylight
Once on the wall and installed, the user can choose between a bunch of preset modes or adjust the light temperature on their own. As with some of Philips Hue’s light sources and some (other) smart lights that can be used with Apple Homekit, there is also a function that allows the panels to be “synchronized with daylight”.
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Nanoleaf Elements can be controlled via the manufacturer’s own application, but also via Apple Homekit or Google Home