Capturing and containing light sources in an attractive method has been an ongoing concern for artists and designers for as long as time itself. A modern design in New York takes a fresh approach to the subject, utilising ideas based on local landscape and architecture to sculpt the lights in an attractive and alluring fashion.
Situated on Cornell University’s campus in Ithaca, New York resides the Lightwave bench by After Architecture. The public seating mixed with an exterior art installation provides an inspirational method of seating with all the waves and changing forms of changeable light.
The paint used on the wood of the blocks are able to glow in the dark, lending the whole a 24hour mystery that can introduce passers by on the campus to the true wonder of lights, art and design.
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Robert Monk October 29th, 2013
Posted In: Art and Design