Martina Barbatelli

Martina Barbatelli

Martina Barbatelli
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Spring Park in Portland

Spring Park in Portland

Lincoln Park Zoo Boardwalk Pavilion :: Chicago, Illinois :: Studio Gang Architects (2010) Photo: John Hill

Lincoln Park Zoo Boardwalk Pavilion :: Chicago, Illinois :: Studio Gang Architects (2010) Photo: John Hill

LHAY-015-0020 : Zero by Snohetta, a marble cube installation for Interni's Mutant Architecture exhibition at Milan 2011 : - Asset Details - View Pictures

LHAY-015-0020 : Zero by Snohetta, a marble cube installation for Interni's Mutant Architecture exhibition at Milan 2011 : - Asset Details - View Pictures

Shade Structure, Moorhead & Moorhead. Phoenix, Arizona (Schematic Design)

Shade Structure, Moorhead & Moorhead. Phoenix, Arizona (Schematic Design)

David Chipperfield Architects

David Chipperfield Architects

Imane Mellah

Imane Mellah

Paletto luminoso per esterni per spazi pubblici TYPHA by Susana Jelen-Eduardo Leira | iGuzzini

Paletto luminoso per esterni per spazi pubblici TYPHA by Susana Jelen-Eduardo Leira | iGuzzini

Department of Design (Polytechnic of Turin) pavilion designed for the 2012 MADE Expo exhibition held in Milan October 2012

Department of Design (Polytechnic of Turin) pavilion designed for the 2012 MADE Expo exhibition held in Milan October 2012

The Passing on Project is a collaboration between architect Makoto Tanijiri, lighting designer Izumi Okayasu and media producer Yahoko Sasao. The trio created an interactive installation titled Turn Light Into Delight. Visitors select an acrylic block before entering a make-shift tea house surrounded by water. The LED blocks respond to the water, lighting up as soon as they are placed. As if it’s living and breathing, the evolving piece grows and changes as visitors create new light.

The Passing on Project is a collaboration between architect Makoto Tanijiri, lighting designer Izumi Okayasu and media producer Yahoko Sasao. The trio created an interactive installation titled Turn Light Into Delight. Visitors select an acrylic block before entering a make-shift tea house surrounded by water. The LED blocks respond to the water, lighting up as soon as they are placed. As if it’s living and breathing, the evolving piece grows and changes as visitors create new light.

University Square, Beersheba, Israel by Chyutin Architects

University Square, Beersheba, Israel by Chyutin Architects