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The Wolfsburg Projec

The Wolfsburg Project, using light as an artistic medium to illustrate architectural spaces // James Turrell
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Carla Morganti

Carla Morganti

 

Claude Lévêque, Mont

Claude Lévêque, Montreuil, France – J’ai rêvé d’un autre monde, 2001 © La disparition des Lucioles, 2014 – Photo : Vincent Laganier
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Carla Morganti

Carla Morganti

 

Love this :-) 'Eche

Love this :-) 'Echelle' neon, 2000 by artist Ron Haselden. Originally commissioned for the Salisbury Festival, the work has since toured to Canterbury, Rotherhithe, and Walworth.
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Carla Morganti

Carla Morganti

 

In the future, you m

In the future, you may not remember all the styrofoam cups you used over your lifetime, but they remember you and they're coming back to hang out at your place.
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Carla Morganti

Carla Morganti

 

Based in Beijing, ar

Based in Beijing, artist Li Hui uses modern technology, lights, lasers, and LED lights to create fantastic, illuminated displays. In Reincarnation, the Chinese artist used fog, metal, medical bandages, and bright red laser lights streaming down from the ceiling to light up an everyday bed frame underneath.
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Carla Morganti

Carla Morganti

 

Rainbow Church by To

Rainbow Church by Tokujin Yoshioka Tokujin Yoshioka'a Rainbow Church, 26 ft high installation made of 500 crystal prisms. “I experienced a space filled with the light of Matisse: Being bathed in the sunlight of the Provence, the stained glass with Matisse’s vibrant colors suffused the room with full of colors. Since then, I had been dreaming of designing an architecture where people can feel the light with all senses."
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Carla Morganti

Carla Morganti

 

The MLC Centre and i

The MLC Centre and its surrounding podium form both an iconic landmark and an important pedestrian connection within the Sydney CBD.
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Carla Morganti

Carla Morganti

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