jason bruges studio immerses visitors with multi-sensory pixel constellation
 

jason bruges studio immerses visitors with multi-sensory pixel constellation

 

london-based jason bruges studio have created ‘pixel constellation’ – a dynamic multi-sensory experience that took place at IFA 2016 in berlin and brought together elements of architecture and interactive design.


the different typologies take four LG signature product types; refrigerator, washing machine, air purifier + OLED TV
all images © jason bruges studio

 

 

 

the installation by jason bruges studio reinterprets four signature products from LG electronics; refrigerator, washing machine, air purifier and OLED television to piece together an experience that immerses visitors in light, movement and sound. the constantly changing canopy references the night sky with the series of expressive physical pixels suspended around the space and highlighted with luminous, mixed media. lastly, a sound symphony accompanies the visual experience to bring to the life the technological yet artistic abstraction of the natural phenomena.


overhead canopy of lights react to movement


the constantly changing canopy references the night sky


mixed media, sound and lights bring together an environment aimed to engage and excite visitors


OLED lighting is utilized


the experience blends architecture with interaction design


pixel constellation was created by a series of expressive physical pixels


the installation was showcased at the IFA berlin industrial fair

 

 

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LG Display OLED 2016 design competition call-for-entries now open! click on the image above for more info

 

 

you dream, we light – designboom and LG display present a competition to explore OLED lighting; a new form of lighting technology. submit innovative designs and unique interpretations that highlight excellence and benefits of OLED lighting with prizes to be awarded to first, second and third place.

 

 

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

 

edited by: natasha kwok | designboom

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