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Disco Chair - A furniture concept constructed of 200 meters of electroluminescent wire, the chair transform to be a neon powered rainbow. A pulse setting allows this chair fo become flash on and flash off to create the instant disco instalation.

Sound in Three Dimensions with Yarn Threads – Fubiz Media

Sound in Three Dimensions with Yarn Threads

Inspiration || Un après-midi bucolique...

"Flame (Gate)" light installation by Yochai Matos – Systematic Assembly – Light interaction with nature

Circuit by Matt Leyen

Generative design operates as image archive concentrating on parametric design and generative design. Because of its elegance I have thought to put this fantastic photo. If you are intrigued also have a look my own effort in programming

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Pin Perspex light art - laser cut and ingraving: Acrylics Lights, Inspiration, Lights

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HunChew Display which is specialized in OEM projects and vary FRP display props, such as customized store window displays & display props, mannequins, amusement

Motion Factory 2014 - 5.5 designstudio

Structures (exhibit kiosks, tables, chairs, cabinets, benches) that are supported by a solid base

The design collective Numen for Use created a 3D box of one-way mirrors, which also expands and contracts when inflated. Three out of the six surfaces are made of flexible membrane (foil mirror) and there is also an air tank and a compressor connected to it. The other three mirrors are semi transparent spy-glass. By inflating or deflating the air tank, the membrane turns convex or concave, deforming the reflections within.

Mind-Bending Infinity Cube is Made from One Way Mirrors, Plays Tricks with Your Eyes

Do-Ho Suh’s Home within a Home

Do Ho Soh art installation; Transparent polyester fabric over wire frame;

The temporary “P-Cube” pavilion in the centre of VDNKh Park in Moscow/RUS was designed and realised by the Spanish artist and architect Marcos Zotes from Unstable, a design and research laboratory operating today from Reykjavik, Iceland. The core structure was based on a standard scaffolding system which was covered entirely with a semi-transparent layer of fabric. The ghostly and ephemeral appearance of the pavilion during the daytime became alive with geometric visuals after dark.

The temporary “P-Cube” pavilion in the centre of VDNKh Park in Moscow/RUS was designed and realised by the Spanish artist and architect Marcos Zotes from Unstable, a design and research laboratory operating today from Reykjavik, Iceland. The core structure was based on a standard scaffolding system which was covered entirely with a semi-transparent layer of fabric. The ghostly and ephemeral appearance of the pavilion during the daytime became alive with geometric visuals after dark.

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Regular readers will by now be familiar with Zürich’s The Proposal – a convention-clobbering marriage of art and accommodation that, back in December, we called “not just a gallery, but possibly the most astonishingly unique …

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Remarkable light paintings by Janne Parvainen

Janne Parviainen specializes in light paintings, these are created by using a torch and a slow shutter speed on a camera, which can only be seen once it has been finished and theres no way of knowing if its going to turn out right til its done

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