These computer renderings of the lovely Cube Lights by Thomas Young aren't arbitrarily green in color. The concept behind their development is rooted in sustainable manufacturing and operation. The hue preference would ultimately be up to the buyer.
A contemporary rendition of minimalist design, the light boxes are generally cubic in form but they flaunt soft rounded edges. The visibly smooth surfaces would actually be made from steam-bent timber from responsible sources, transformed from crisply cut planks into clean curves and flat faces. The material would then be coated in a non-toxic paint for a fresh and bold appearance.
LED illumination inside the Cube Lights by Thomas Young upholds their eco-friendly creed. Square panels of translucent Perspex screens diffuse the warm glow to offer ambiance over intensity.
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