Archive for the ‘light installation’ category

Dream Dairy Farm by Moriyuki Ochiai Architects, Chiba – Japan

August 9th, 2017

The three-dimensional white lattice nesting above the beams of the existing wooden structure forms the canopy of a forest that brings together the old and the contemporary by suggesting the superimposition of time and space.

The Light lighting design by Hoare Lea, Leeds – UK

July 21st, 2017

Hoare Lea was appointed to produce a lighting design that would give a step change to the centre’s appearance, working alongside DLG Architects, the project architects. Part of the redesign was to raise the quality of the internal lighting and increase illuminance.

Fortius Clinic lighting by Hoare Lea Lighting, London – UK

May 28th, 2017


Patients enter through a prominent entrance and attractive period façade. Within the main reception, decorative pendants and concealed lighting details to the desk create a welcoming environment, while a cove detail at high level draws people downstairs to the lower-ground floor space.

Austrian Pavilion at the Venice Art Biennale 2017 by Erwin Wurm and Brigitte Kowanz

May 19th, 2017

As a whole, “Infinity and beyond” represents a virtual infinite space. Kowanz’s light installation can be seen as a cosmological model – a miniature of the universe. The cosmic messages of light also require receivers.

Oasis of light by Wink, Utrecht – Netherlands

April 7th, 2017

WINK created a serene oasis of light to stimulate the way to key locations as McDonald’s and MediaMarkt. Existing light tubes were placed in a V-line, making it work in two directions.

“Jungle” light installation by Teamlab

February 16th, 2017

Comprised of three different elements, the attendees will be able to experience a large-scale sculpture made with illuminative rays called “light vortex’”controlled by a software; a light canopy where visitors can go through sound and light called “light cave”; and an interactive feature called “light cords” where the crowd can make music by touching the light lines, generating the sensation of being inside an instrument.

Volkshotel by Buro Curious, Amsterdam – Netherlands

February 13th, 2017

Within one of the Amsterdam hotel’s ‘special rooms’ – each designed around a unique concept – Buro Curious has splashed projected scenes of the iconic red light district against the walls and windows of the otherwise completely white interior.

LightArt Blossom Pendants at 51Fifteen resturant, Houston – Texas

February 5th, 2017

Using various floral fixtures, designers clustered one hundred and eighty handmade Blossom Pendants to serve as an elegant ceiling feature as well as a wayfinding element to guide customers into the adjoining retail space. The pendants, a part of LightArt’s Artisan collection, are crafted to stand on their own or in clusters, with flowing hand-shaped petals in soft neutral hues.

Luminous landmark by Nicole Larkin, Sydney’s Bondi Beach – Australia

November 17th, 2016



Made from birch plywood, stainless steel, and concrete, the installation generates ever-changing perspectives depending on the time of day, weather and climatic conditions. Sited on the edge of a rocky cliff and overlooking the sea and nearby city, “dynamics in impermanence” is also an exploration into how photography can break down the authentic artistic experience.

Light tunnel installation by AEPioneer, Tehran – Iran

November 10th, 2016

AEPioneer‘s Light tunnel project, financed by the beautification organization of Tehran Municipality, is created to provide an atmosphere of entertainement as well as a cozy milieu for local citizens by light.

Centre International Conferences lighting by B LIGHT, Algiers – Algeria

September 28th, 2016

INSERTO MINI SLIM CL — a linear luminaire for ceiling or wall installation with an essential and minimal design — creates evocative light blades in the walls and, in its RGB version, it gives colour to the circular engravings on the ceiling.

Optical collection of lamps by Lee Broom, London – UK

September 21st, 2016

London Design Festival 2016: British designer Lee Broom has transformed his east London store into an experimental installation inspired by the 1960s Op Art movement.

Wall sculptures and neon lights by Jay Shinn

September 7th, 2016

Colorful and organic, these dodecahedral pieces create an interesting semblance of 3D form. The exhibition also includes a selection of his neon works, which explore the relationship between light and line.

Philips Luminous Patterns showroom

August 19th, 2016

Luminous patterns gives you the freedom to enrich interiors through the integration of color, texture, light, pattern, and movement. We take the versatile power of LEDs and house it in a beautiful bespoke panel, creating a signature ambience that is ideal for hospitality and retail spaces.

Our Spectral Vision installation at Natural History museum by Liz West, London – UK

August 9th, 2016

By replicating the diversion of white light through large-scale prisms, West allows pure saturated colour to drench the room. Humans see seven parts of the colour spectrum, some animals see more, some see less.

Gasholder Park lighting by Speirs + Major, London – UK

July 7th, 2016


The pavilion lighting is programmed over twenty minute cycles, that begins with all lights on and then sees them cross fading from east to west over three minutes, followed by a pause of two minutes in darkness (full eclipse) and then a slow east to west cross fade back up to full brightness.

Esplanade promenade lighting by B LIGHT, Singapore

June 5th, 2016

The lighting solutions of B LIGHT — leading producer of lighting luminaires — contribute in making the promenade alongside the Esplanade, the futuristic performing arts center built in the emblematic Marina Bay in Singapore, even more evocative.

Undreamed Territories art installation by Carlos Coronas, Avilés – Spain

May 25th, 2016

The works, built primarily of wood – respond to each other using electronic impulses. The gradual rise and fall of the light within the space mimics the feeling of breathing, which makes the individual pieces appear as living organisms.

VelO2 interactive light installation by Loop.pH, Taipei – Taiwan

March 7th, 2016

Air quality sensors to collect the fluctuating data is fed into the network system which create light trails as participants physically interact with the installation by cycling against each other around the two tracks.

Tesla ‘Electric Portrait’ lighting installation by ambience & Duro Cubrilo

March 1st, 2016

Built using 759 energy efficient LED globes mounted to a grid, various mask diameters were perfectly measured around the curve of each globe – allowing exact light levels to escape at different sizes.