LightCorp heads to NeoCon 2017 in Chicago – Monday Morning Quarterback

LightCorp, a leader in the design and manufacture of high-tech lighting products for office environments, heads to NeoCon 2017 officially launching Amble, the minimalist light designed by Stephan Copeland.
“Unveiled as a prototype at NeoCon 2016, Amble now takes its place among modern lights”, LightCorp General Manager Kyle Verplank said, “and this is a light like no other both in function and form.”
Copeland, an acclaimed industrial designer known for products that “move”, has been working on another new light for LightCorp – name yet to be revealed – and the company and Copeland will offer a sneak peak at NeoCon 2017.
LightCorp also exhibits its Arey, Clique, MLED, Piper, Reed Premier, Revo, Tino and Voyage lighting products at NeoCon 2017.

Amble is a light with no moving joints – in fact, the only moving part is a gravity-powered “shade”. A study in reductionism and simplicity, Amble’s lean, single-form construction achieves a large sphere of adjustability and portability through the intelligence of its shape. It is a powerful solution for open and private workspaces. Amble offers built-in USB charging and an occupancy sensor.

Copeland explains why Amble is such a unique lighting solution in this short video: Amble, The Designers Story