SIMES Brick Light

Dec 6, 2018

Category: Tech

From our smartphones to our bikes, everything’s getting upgrades these days. In the world of architecture, the brick is being modernized as well by SIMES, a company dedicated to the production of superior outdoor lighting.

The Brick Light is a futuristic building block that is decorative, structural, and made to look authentically imperfect just like any other old brick. Each Brick Light is powered by advanced LED technology, allowing it to shine brightly for 30,000 to 100,000 hours. Not only can these blocks illuminate a wall, but they also offer improved maintenance and resistance levels, as each block can bear nearly double the weight of a traditional brick. The luminous brick has five exposed sides with an icy glass finish and can be integrated into any wall structure. SIMES is building their legacy, brick light by brick light.

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