Maison et Objet September Edition is gone but it left amazing memories and some projects we don’t want to forget.
The Japanese collective and interdisciplinary group teamlab (known for their immersive and unforgettable installations) has suspended an array of lamps that react to the people who move around them. According to DesignBoom, “the creative team has achieved a mix between art and technology with this piece that reminds whoever is experimenting it of their own presence and of the ones surrounding them.”
The ‘forest of resonating lamps ’, as they decided to call to their newest artwork project, is composed of thousands of lamps made of Murano glass equipped with LEDs and sensors that come to life thanks to the radiant colors they emit.
With this intervention, featured at Maison & Objet Paris 2016, teamlab aims to materialize the concept of ‘eternal’ through the use of lamps, lights, and mirrors.
Last month, teamlab brilliantly illuminated an ancient shrine in Kyoto and its surrounding primeval forest, as part of the light festival in Tadasu No Moori. See more here.
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