By Roxy Kasprzyk
Established in New York City in the 1950s, the Minimalist Movement was born out of a Western spin on Japanese culture.
It is based on a simple principle: balance between beauty and utility.
A concept that Lightwave’s values were found upon.
The world is a lot more digital than it was 70 years ago, technology is seeping into our homes.
Smart Home technology started as bulky servers and clunky gadgets, about a decade ago this changed as a new wave of integrated technology emerged onto the market. This technology is capable of automating your entire property, all through that one little device that is constantly in your pocket. While others forgot to make room for beauty, Lightwave has been merging elegance and convenience since our inception.
It is within our homes that we feel the comfiest, it is where we leave behind the hassle and bustle of the everyday.
Sacrificing beauty for convenience is a decision that no-one should ever have to make. At Lightwave we have designed our products to be seen only when you need them, or to be positioned as an extension of your home’s architecture.
Behind the metal plate, our products are designed to support every lifestyle, from families to young first-time house buyers to those who live and breathe innovation. It is through our understanding of what technology needs to accomplish that we are able to fit so seamlessly into people’s homes. The beautiful products can be automated to make your home easier to operate, the finishes suit every interior style and in the meantime, they also reduce your energy intake – utility at its finest.
Share your Minimalistic vision.
Tell us how Lightwave fit into your Minimalistic home. Or if you decided to visit the opposite end of the interior design spectrum and experimented with Maximalism.
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