Neon Lighting – Dictionary – Design Term

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Neon Lighting Dictionary term
Neon Lighting Dictionary term

Design Dictionary term

Neon Lighting. Semiflexible, hollow tubes of clear acrylic with small bulbs inside that can be connected to light up all at once or sequentially to produce a “chasing” effect. It’s also known as disco lighting, and it’s given homeowners new illumination alternatives. Lights designers consider neon lighting to be an art form.

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Sources

Dizik, A. A. (1988). Concise encyclopedia of interior design. Van Nostrand Reinhold.

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