The Mysterious Case of the Disappearing Light Control Devices


So a while ago we wrote about the Bocci 22 collection of flush-mounted electrical devices, and the response was great (the page views are still rolling in). Readers couldn’t stop admiring the minimalist design or the understated cool. But Bocci isn’t the only game in town. We’ve found another—same principle, slightly different installation (see here). Offered by Dana Innovations, Trufig is a custom installation kit that allows wall switches, outlets, and audio and video  panels to sit flush with the wall and seemingly disappear for a clean look. What’s different about Trufig, though, is that it has systems for drywall, wood, stone, solid surface, and even air conditioning registers. As is often the case with cool products, though, prices are high. Some kits go (well) north of $1,000. www.trufig.com.

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