ENESS bring home a playful new work, exploring worldy forces and objects at play in the familiar childhood seesaw. Climb on and watch how a Pingpong ball might bounce on the moon, or how a balloon might wade through yogurt. Choose the atmosphere surrounding your object- air, water, space and even yogurt and observe the ball of light as it hurls your way.
Our seesaw is equipped with a physics engine and thirty three rows of light that respond to your tilt
whilst you saw through the air.
London’s Tower Bridge gets an LED Lighting makeover for this years Queen’s Jubiliee and Olympics 2012.
“6,500 feet (2,000m) of energy-efficient LED linear lights, 1,800 LED lamps, and 1,000 junction boxes with 16,500 feet (5,000m) of cable to the 117-year old bridge.”
For more informaiton on the LED Lighting project visit Gizmag.
“Rockefeller Partners Architects is a design studio you can go to, if you decided you want sleek, modern interiors. 940 E 2nd Street condo complex features a warehouse renovation which is repeatedly celebrated for the momentum it’s brought to the life and growth of the Arts District, at the eastern edge of Downtown Los Angeles.”
“Meinhardt Light Art invited visitors from around the world to create their own rainbow at night by playing ‘Hopscotch’ up and down the historic Moore Stairs at Circular Quay in Sydney.
‘Hopscotch’ was one of 40+ stunning light art installations from local and international artists created especially for Vivid Sydney where children were encouraged to climb on interactive sculptures and aspiring photographers can put their night camera settings to the test.”