A series of circular glowing hammocks have changed Boston’s Lawn on D into a stunning luminescent park! Envisioned by Howler + Yoon Architecture, ‘Swing Time’ is a temporary interactive installation made up of 20 LED illuminated swings. The vespertine spectacle invites passersby to stop for a swing - and it's even more incredible once the sun sets.
‘Swing Time’ is located in Boston, between the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center and D Street. It consists of 20 circular glowing hammocks that interact with people by shining while they swing. When they aren’t in use they emit a soft, white light that illuminates the area.
But when the swings are in full motion, the micro-controller inside turns the LED light from white to purple. A complete recreational space for adults, the 2.7 acre green space is also equipped with Wi-fi and offers bocce ball, corn hole, and other yard games for the joy of adults.
‘Swing Time’ will be on site until November, so if you are in the area make sure you give these brilliant rings a swing.
Via True Vagabond
Photos by Howler + Yoon Architecture