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Flos’ “Wallpiercing” at Chicago’s Art Institute

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Feb 28, 2012 01:02 AM
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FLOS, the gorgeous, internationally-known Italian lighting company, has announced that the Wallpiercing installation by New York-based artist and designer Ron Gilad will be in the upcoming exhibition, “Rethinking Typologies: Architecture and Design from the Permanent Collection” at the Art Institute of Chicago from March 3 – July 29, 2012. Wallpiercing, — Continue reading …




 

 

FLOS, the gorgeous, internationally-known Italian lighting company, has announced that the Wallpiercing installation by New York-based artist and designer Ron Gilad will be in the upcoming exhibition, “Rethinking Typologies: Architecture and Design from the Permanent Collection” at the Art Institute of Chicago from March 3 – July 29, 2012. Wallpiercing, designed by Gilad in 2010, was acquired last year as part of the Art Institute’s permanent collection as a gift from Flos.

Wallpiercing, this awesomely cool adaptive lighting system for vertical surfaces, is a part of Flos’ Soft Architecture collection. “The ring-shaped light offers a range of graphic and lighting effects when grouped in multiple units; by linking these units together the user is able to create a customizable collage that spans any desired length or height. LED light sources produce a diffused, luminous effect in a range of colors and intensities, altering the appearance and mood of any environment. The lamps, which are seamlessly submerged into the wall using a one-of-a-kind installation method unique to Flos, are housed within a cast-aluminum and polycarbonate shell.”

Wow wow wee! More pictures below. And of course, you can find many of Flos’ awesome and innovative lighting designs on 2Modern!

What do you think? Sexy? Weird?


 

 

 
 
 

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