Traveling LED sun ventures to the darkest parts of the world

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In response to the cold, dark norwegian winters - when some areas of the scandinavian country lack natural light for as long as three months - designers Lisa Pacini and Christine Istad envisioned a creative project that would restore illumination to the darkened domain. "Sun" is a circular light sculpture, three meters in diameter, whose glowing chroma slowly variates between a rich scope of warm colours, mimicking the golden sunlight at daytime and deep blush hues as it sets. The duo crafted the fixture from LED lights, and its construction allows for it to be free-standing on a base, or to be hung as an art installation on the facade of a building.
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Tags: scandinavian natural illumination construction dark project country led light cold winter sun Lisa Pacini Christine Istad bulding creative Norway shape designer art sunlight golden colour warm sculpture photography
Posted by creoflick 6 years, 8 months ago from: http://www.lisapacini.org/biography.html; http://christine-istad.no/

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