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Michael Sillitoe Uses a Neon Conduit to Light Up an Entire House

 - Apr 1, 2010   Updated: Jun 1 2011
References: michaelsillitoe & mocoloco
Designer Michael Sillitoe created this lighting installation specifically for the home it is in. The Neon Conduit traces the architectural structure of the home, both illuminating the rooms and highlighting the architecture.

The Neon Conduit is almost 20 feet in length. It wraps around corners, doorways and halls as it brightens the home. Check out Michael Sillitoe's site for more of his illuminating work.

Implications - In a world where individuality is on the rapid decline, there is an incredible market for furniture and accessories that are artistic and fun. Lighting is an easy way to give any living space that unique feel that many customers feel they are lacking. Companies can tap into this consumer desire for unique excitement with home accessories that double as art.