steven haulenbeek: lighting installation at designboom mart ICFF 2010
 
steven haulenbeek: lighting installation at designboom mart ICFF 2010
may 19, 2010

steven haulenbeek: lighting installation at designboom mart ICFF 2010

we are just back from new york design week 2010, where we held our sixth designboom mart at the ICFF. this year, chicago-based designer steven haulenbeek, was responsible for the lighting installation which illuminated our mart space.

designer steven haulenbeek installation a ‘cumulus light canopy’ image © designboom

fitting in nicely with the ‘umbrella icon’ which symbolizes our designboom marts, haulenbeek’s ‘cumulus light canopy’ concept utilized photographer’s translucent shoot-through umbrellas as modular components, forming a scalable light system. the arrangement of these umbrellas, hung upside down created ten cloud-like forms throughout our mart space.

steven haulenbeek: lighting installation at designboom mart ICFF 2010 haulenbeek assembling the lighting installation image © designboom

steven haulenbeek: lighting installation at designboom mart ICFF 2010 building-up image © designboom

steven haulenbeek: lighting installation at designboom mart ICFF 2010 building-up the designboom mart space image © designboom

steven haulenbeek: lighting installation at designboom mart ICFF 2010 image © designboom

steven haulenbeek: lighting installation at designboom mart ICFF 2010overview of the lighting installation with designboom mart action in full swing image © designboom

steven haulenbeek: lighting installation at designboom mart ICFF 2010 image © designboom

steven haulenbeek: lighting installation at designboom mart ICFF 2010 mart flyer and instructions for the light installation image © designboom

steven haulenbeek: lighting installation at designboom mart ICFF 2010 steven haulenbeek image © designboom

steven haulenbeek of the mighty bearcats is a previous ‘martian’ having participated in our stockholm 2008, new york 2008 and copenhagen 2009 designboom marts.

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