TEAGUE AND NIKE ATHLETE’S PLANE

Teague and NIKE collaborated to create the ‘Athlete’s plane’ which is claimed to be able to provide pre and post-game training and treatment facility for professional athletes to preserve their peak performance during travel. Teague creative director Philipp Steiner says:

Most airplane design projects are about packaging individuals as efficiently as possible. We’re usually really concerned with the average traveler, but these athletes are far beyond average, and designing for extreme users provides a really interesting perspective.

The rows of seats are replaced with distinct zones dedicated to specific actions: seating/sleep, socialization, recovery, and nutrition. The requirements of athletes were carefully studied through interviewing physicians, coaches, operations staff and sleep specialists. It resulted in a mobile away facility and data center system that combines smart apparel, accessories and footwear to the jet to help optimize teams’ performances.

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ILLUMINATED STAIRCASE

An illuminated staircase designed by Gillespie Yunnie Architects is one of the projects shortlisted for RIBA Stephen Lawrence Prize this year. The staircase links the coastal path to a former Georgian naval yard in Plymouth; at night it is illuminated by colour-shifting ribbons of LED lights.

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Images courtesy of Richard Downer

HYPERCUBE BY KIT WEBSTER

An aluminium concentric cubic sculpture is illuminated with more than 120 metres of programmable LED. The sculpture was created by an Australian artist Kit Webster, who also employed sound designs for the work to cultivate a deeper audiovisual synesthetic connection.

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Video and images courtesy of Kit Webster

CRYSTAL LED PIPE BY ASYLUM

The Crystal Pipe is a private installation commissioned to a London-based agency Asylum. The pipe has 3000 crystal shards glued to it and its RGB LED modules can give a range of over 16 million colours. Each of the piece’s 9000 individual lights is controlled by an industrial embedded Linux computer, which hosts a webpage where the shades, hues and patterns can be customized; it is accessible via mobile phone.

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Video and images courtesy of Asylum

G9 RESTAURANT BY INDJ

G9 Shanghai is a restaurant space set within a dramatic triple height space that is part of Lane Crawford luxury department store. Materials of natural concrete, raw steel, dark marble, black glass, gold chrome, and bright fixtures were used to create the space, which boasts quite a few mesmerizing elements from bespoke furniture to an interactive light installation that terminates in a major site specific art work by British Artist INSA. Visitors are invited to engage in the light installation and art piece through the 3D depth sensing capabilities of an Xbox Kinect camera that makes speed and brightness controllable with hand gestures.

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A 22-meter long table acts as both banquette table and runway

Video and images courtesy of INDJ

NIKE LED BASKETBALL COURT

‘House of Mamba’ LED basketball court in Shanghai, China was developed by AKQA in collaboration with NIKE for the NIKE RISE basketball tour. It utilizes motion-tracking and reactive LED visualization to train the players.

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All images courtesy of NIKE

UNUSUAL VIDEO MAPPING LIGHT PROJECT

This video mapping project took place against the backdrop of Nikolay Polissky‘s Universe Mind structure as a part of New Media Night Festival that took place in July at Moscow’s Nikola-Lenivets Art Park.

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The opening show of “New Media Night 2014″ festival in Nikola-Lenivets from Radugadesign on Vimeo.

KINETIC LIGHT SCULPTURE BY MICHAEL CANDY

Big Dipper, the kinetic light sculpture, created by an Australia-based artist Michael Candy has a plywood and metal body with 18 fluorescent tubes that emanate light onto the surrounding architecture as they move around the central helix mechanism. Completed over the course of one month, the piece was designed, built and assembled in India as part of the Kochi AIR residency program.

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Video courtesy of Michael Candy

 

Light Barrier by Kimchi and Chips

Kimchi and Chips, art and design studio based in Seoul, South Korea, have created the installation called Light Barrier, which materializes truly volumetric projections. The work is produced by crossing millions of calibrated beams, projections and convex mirrors. The compositions emerge as floating sculptures which change into dynamic moving images. Artists’ study of digital light is adding to the visual language of space and light, they say ‘brush strokes become descriptive like code, detailing reality and allying light with canvas.’

Light Barrier was co-commissioned by FutureEverything and the British Council Russia. It premiered at New Media Night Festival, Nikola-Lenivets 4–6 June 2014.

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CREDITS

ARTISTS
Mimi Son
Elliot Woods

SOUND DESIGN
Junghoon Pi (junghoonpi.com)

PRODUCTION DESIGNER
Onjeong Rhee

VIDEO
Mimi Son
Elliot Woods
Alexander Delovoy
Алеся Мятлева

Special thanks to Lidia Khesed and Tom Higham

‘Lenscape’ amazing window panels manipulate reflection

Kine Solberg has designed a innovative window panel made from a series of circular glass
lenses which maximise the amount of light hitting the glass surface, in order to distort the
reflective view of the surrounding landscape.

 “Lenscape is an exploration of the window as a basic architectural element and the way
it can be designed into an interactive feature in the interior. What Lenscape aims to
achieve, is the design of a new interpretation of the window as a filter, be it in the sense of
day-lighting, or in relation to the framed view” Solberg explained.

Using two concentric metal frames to suspend the lenses, forming a
“gimbal mechanism” allowing a rotational movement around multiple axis. The lenses
are connected at various  points, allowing them to swivel in all different directions, and
creative alternative patterns.

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