shanghai-based multidisciplinary design company super nature design has developed ‘lost in pascal’s triangle’,
an architectural sculpture that draws on the mathematics formula of french mathematician blaise pascal.
the interactive lighting piece is composed of 100 triangular LED lights which are supported within a framework of
layered fluorescent triangles. in front of this focal element is a series of xylophone triangles which individuals can interact
and play with to generate a series of music and lighting sequences.
the framework is composed of 100 triangular LEDs and layered fluorescent triangles
people interacting with the installation
by tapping xylophone elements situated at the front of the work’s centerpiece, individuals can generate a series of music and lighting sequences
playing the xylophone components
up close of the structural framework
assembling ‘lost in pascal’s triangle’
wiring the LED lights
video of ‘lost in pascal’s triangle’
video courtesy of super nature design