sornmag:

SORN/Art Tokujin Yoshiokas beautiful twilight #installation #art

sornmag:

SORN/Art Tokujin Yoshiokas beautiful twilight #installation #art

quadar:

Anne Lamb
freundevonfreunden:

Neighborhoods Behind Smoked Glass
In Mathieu Schmitt's 'Glitched' series we find eerie neighborhood settings encapsulated inside smoked glass cubes. The all-white elements of the sceneries – which have been entirely 3D printed – contribute to the ambience of mystery which is reminiscent of a Tim Burton film still.
Find more about this work here.

freundevonfreunden:

Neighborhoods Behind Smoked Glass

In Mathieu Schmitt's 'Glitched' series we find eerie neighborhood settings encapsulated inside smoked glass cubes. The all-white elements of the sceneries – which have been entirely 3D printed – contribute to the ambience of mystery which is reminiscent of a Tim Burton film still.

Find more about this work here.

sisifo:

(via SITE SPECIFIC #2 “ARCOS”, Obidos, Portugal | Alessandro Lupi)
artslant:

 Filip Gilissen ‘Shine Bright Like A Star’ at Meessen De Clercq
http://www.artslant.com/brx/events/show/347387-shine-bright-like-a-star

artslant:

 Filip Gilissen ‘Shine Bright Like A Star’ at Meessen De Clercq

http://www.artslant.com/brx/events/show/347387-shine-bright-like-a-star

nevver:

Science!
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Kevin Cooley

(Source: -circa)

Created by Kimchi and Chips and commissioned by FutureEverything and the British Council, Light Barrier is the latest installation by Seoul based duo consisting of Elliot Woods and Mimi Son. First shown at New Media Night Festival, Nikola-Lenivets Park (4–6 June 2014), the installation creates phantoms of light in the air by crossing millions of calibrated beams; creating floating graphic objects which animate through space.

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theenergyissue:

FLEXlab: A Test Bed for Building Efficiency

The U.S. Department of Energy unveiled the FLEXlab test bed, created to help buildings save energy, at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in San Francisco. It is the only facility of its kind in the world, and its arrival marks significant moment as California attempts to cut the amount of electricity its buildings use. Researchers can easily swap out the lab’s heating, air conditioning and lighting, and even its windows. Furthermore, they can see how all of those elements perform together, not just one system at a time. A portion of the lab, resting on a concrete turntable that weighs a half-million pounds, can rotate 270 degrees to test how different angles of sunlight affect energy use. Sensors inside adjust temperature to minimize energy use while maximizing comfort. "We built FLEXlab with reconfiguration in mind…It’s like a kit of parts," says Cindy Regnier, executive manager of the project. ”This is about understanding the performance of a building before you spend millions of dollars on it.” 

(Source: sfgate.com)

Onion Skin, created by French artist and visual label ANTIVJ co-founder Olivier Ratsi, is an immersive installation that recreates the different layers of the onion using lights and music.

Ricochet Studios — clever and functional domestic lighting piece called Shoe Toss 

nevver:

Chance of Thunderstorms

This project has been featured for years on design blogs… is it the perfect lighting design?

contemporaryartdaily:

Anna Blessman and Peter Saville at Cabinet