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Philips visualizes the importance of light for the human well-being at Light+Building 2010 with a light architecture that translates the topic “F… Read More
Philips visualizes the importance of light for the human well-being at Light+Building 2010 with a light architecture that translates the topic “Feel what light can do” into the 3rd dimension. Awarded with: ADAM Award 2010, iF communication design award GOLD 2011 Read Less
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The Perfect Wave
Philips | D'art Design Gruppe | Light & Building 2010 | Frankfurt, Germany | size 1000 sqm
According to the Philips topic “Feel what light can do” a translucent and 260 metres long Light Wave visualizes the topic light and its added value for the human well-being in the Forum of the Frankfurt Fair. Starting from the stand’s heart pulsating on a luminous fabric membrane there is an interaction of differently shining colour hues and visual moods to which sound installations were added in order to slowly spread the effect of the single light atmospheres into the whole Philips brand space. Thanks to its synchronous contents in terms of light, music and colours the Light Wave achieves unity. Thus the stand design visualizes D’art Design’s views that light has to be considered as a decisive architectonic element.
Photography:
H. G. Esch