The unique light effect merges with glass and acrylic
Visual depth in glass given by ETTLIN LUX® textiles
The ETTLIN LUX® Mood textile offers a fascinating 3D depth effect in interaction with LEDs and impresses with its clarity at the same time. Technically appealing and a little frisky, this type of fabric offers the absolute LUX effect. Its processing possibilities are wide-ranging: embedded in glass or acrylic or simply as textile covering.
Some features that characterize Mood:
- UV resistant
- High colour and light fastness
- International patented
- Fire protection class B1
Mood with Glass or Acrylic
Mood is also convincing when turned off.
Flexible Light Effects
Mood in silver (1368) is opaque and convinces with its decorative surface.
The textile Mood is mainly used for laminating in glass and acrylic or as textile covering. With intense effect lines, the light sources are most clearly visible.
Mood: Textile for glass and acrylic
The combination of the Mood fabric with LEDs creates impressive lighting effects. The pure textile can be used, as well as it can be laminated in acrylic or glass. The possible implementations are diverse, from pendant and floor luminaires to wall or frame systems. Find inspiration in our selection of projects.Further inspiration
Learn more about ETTLIN LUX® Mood
Choose yourself how you would like to learn more about Mood: In the product data sheet, with the presentation tool – in the form of a multi-part sample frame set or via free and handy textile samples.
Cinema entertainment in a new dimension
Mood textile in glass brightens up interiors
Three round cutouts in the restaurant area of the Cineplex Baden-Baden provide a special eye-catcher. To backlight these spaces, three square glass elements were laminated with ETTLIN LUX® Mood. Laminated into two 6 mm thick glasses, the textile creates a depth effect with light that makes the room appear larger.
Model frame set
The ETTLIN LUX® light effect must be seen in person. This is why we have developed the sample frame set as an ideal presentation tool.
Hint: turn the back panel around, and design your own light effect on the empty surface.