Gallery: Glowing Light Installation at Vivid Sydney 2013 is Made from 2...

 
The installation is the brainchild of a team of nine from Woods Bagot’s Sydney studio.

The installation is the brainchild of a team of nine designers from Woods Bagot’s Sydney studio who built it using the simple geometry of a sphere and adding interactive elements that made it take a life of its own. At least two people were needed for the attaching of the cones — one inside the structure and one outside.

Mimicking a celestial body, the orb features orange spikes that represent volcanoes and speak of energy and renewal. In its resting state, PUC creates a gentle pulse which can be interrupted either by standing on a sensor mat or by the vibration of the train passing overhead. Equipped with interactive lighting programming, the installation reacts to sounds and emits lighting patterns through the holes between the traffic cones. It also features a smoke machine and plays music while it glows like a giant orange orb at Sydney’s Circular Quay.

+ Planet: Under Construction PUC

+ Woods Bagot

+ Vivid Sydney 2013

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