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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, giving homeowners new illumination alternatives. Lighting designers consider neon lighting to be an art form.
Neon lighting has become increasingly popular in recent years due to its unique and eye-catching appearance. The semiflexible, hollow tubes of clear acrylic are perfect for creating a variety of shapes and designs, making it a versatile option for both commercial and residential settings. With the ability to connect small bulbs inside, neon lighting can be lit up all at once or sequentially to produce a mesmerizing “chasing” effect that is sure to captivate any audience. It’s no wonder that homeowners are turning to neon lighting as an alternative to traditional lighting options. In fact, many designers consider neon lighting to be an art form, with its ability to create stunning visual displays that are both functional and aesthetically pleasing.
Dizik, A. A. (1988). Concise encyclopedia of interior design. Van Nostrand Reinhold.
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