This anatomical luminous lounger, of which only 6 were made, was created by British designer Sam Buxton. The lounger can actually detect someone’s presence, lighting up when someone is near. As the individual interacts with the chair, the chair is brought to life, with a beating heart and breathing lungs.
This Land Bridge, designed by Seattle firm Jones & Jones Architects and Landscape Architecture, connects Historic Ft. Vancouver, Washington to the Columbia River waterfront in the U.S.
El tamaño no importa. Casa Ultra Slim en Tokio Japón
This Cathedral of light was displayed in the recent 2012 Light Festival in Ghent, Belgium with 55,000 LED lights covering this immense structure. . The entrance was through a giant colonnade, 28 meters high, of light and effervescent colours. The whole structure, despite its size, still only consumed 20Kwatt/h of electricity.