Articles tagged LED

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Say, you don’t like brutalist buildings? Shed some light, then

What do a child’s bedroom in Barcelona, a brutalist pavilion in the UK and a villa in Mexico City have in common? At night, there’s LED everywhere.

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A former ad man becomes a full-time artist, by way of film and light

Boston – Clint Baclawski transforms photographic images into 3D light installations, morphing the commercial billboard into an object of contemplation.

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When that LED bling, that can only mean one thing for Drake's concert stage

Los Angeles – Drake’s latest tour shows how technology is not only making live performance more engaging, but also more equitable. 

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This rooftop bar shines a new light on the Beirut nightlife

Beirut – The Lebanese capital rises at sundown, due to its famously competitive clubbing scene. That’s where Gregory Gatserelia’s lighting scheme for Spine comes in. 

Vendsyssel Theatre by Schmidt Hammer Lassen. Photos Adam Mørk
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Schmidt Hammer Lassen's composition of cubes opens visual connections

HJØRRING – Vendsyssel Theatre is already famous as ‘Denmark’s first newly-built theatre in over a century (outside of Copenhagen).'

Ito’s Science Hills occupy a former factory site in Komatsu, a Japanese manufacturing hub.
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Science Hills Komatsu by Mari Ito/UAo

KOMATSU – Mari Ito’s winning design for Science Hills Komatsu is rich with sustainable technologies and continues the Japanese dialogue on landform building.

The building’s crystalline form refers to the city’s past as a centre of trade in precious stones
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Wusibei Thaihot Plaza by Spark

FUZHOU – Located on a busy intersection in Fuzhou’s northern Jinan district, this shining, multi-faceted crystal of a shopping mall is no ordinary retail space.

The project explores the aesthetic potential of forsaken urban territories.
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Into the Shadow by NIO Architecten

AMSTERDAM – A covered passageway in is transformed into a spatially and functionally attractive infrastructure.

The project offers the opportunity to delve further into a dynamic architectural experience.
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Supernova by Liong Lie Architects

UTRECHT – Liong Lie Architects recently revealed a new concept for a congress venue which strikingly engages the senses and stimulates one’s perception of space.

The geodesic steel dome structure recalls traditional Chinese paper lanterns.
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Rising Moon by Daydreamers Design

HONG KONG – Friends and relatives gather together, carrying brightly-lit lanterns to celebrate the full moon, a symbol of harmony and unity.