If you’re a regular reader of this blog you’ve seen examples of the latest innovations in commercial display technology, such as Dual-sided, Wallpaper, and Open-frame LG OLED, Transparent OLED Touch, and most recently, the curvable LAPE Series LED and cable-less LSAA Series LED. We’ve shown videos of show-stopping LG display structures at a few CES shows, and we’ve taken you to see the amazing LG displays at South Korea’s Incheon Airport, and other places.
Today’s commercial display technology has evolved to where the displays can blend virtually seamlessly into the environment, stand out prominently in the environment or even become the environment. And that has captured the attention of architects and designers looking for new ways to build dynamic and memorable experiences.
In fact, LG Business Solutions USA was recently honored with the Architectural Technology Innovation Award, presented by the American Institute of Architects, California, during a virtual ceremony celebrating the completion of a large-scale digital display installation at its Northern California headquarters.
“This award recognizes LG for their significant and meaningful contributions to the architectural profession in California, and for pushing the boundaries of display technology,” said AIA CA President Debra Gerod, FAIA. “On behalf of more than 11,000 architects and design professionals in the state, AIA California recognizes LG for innovative solutions like the Cableless LED and Transparent Signage, as well as its commitment as a partner to the architectural community.”
LG had collaborated with AIA California to outfit their new office with cutting-edge displays. The goal was to create a space that reflected the values of the architectural profession and exemplify the future of design. AIA California incorporated a number of show-stopping LG commercial solutions, including Ultra-Stretch displays, touch screens and OLED Wallpaper displays.
The prestigious award recognition reinforces the fact that technology is a design element in its own right. To help architects and designers integrate advanced commercial display technologies into their building projects, LG has launched an expansive library of Building Information Modeling (BIM) online resources.
Read the full LG award story here.