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Tue 30.10.

‘Layers’ light installation at the Swedish Institute, Paris, by Daniel Rybakken

Posted by Simon Keane-Cowell on 30.10.2012 - Tagged as: , , , ,

 

‘Layers’ light installation at the Swedish Institute, Paris, by Daniel Rybakken

A macro take on his ‘Color Lamp’ for Ligne Roset, Norwegian designer Daniel Rybakken’s large-scale, outdoor light installation Paris’s Swedish Institute revisits the idea of layering and the effects it produces when combined with illumination.

‘Layers’ light installation at the Swedish Institute, Paris, by Daniel Rybakken

Produced in collaboration with the Norwegian Embassy in Paris and the Swedish Institute, and supported by Luceplan, two large flat surfaces are leant, seemingly unfixed, against the façade of the institute’s home, facing its manicured garden. Soft light emerges from the interstitial space between installation and architecture, inviting viewers to take a new, critical look at the building in terms of form, material and scale.

 

‘Layers’ light installation at the Swedish Institute, Paris, by Daniel Rybakken

Model for ‘Layers’ light installation at the Swedish Institute, Paris, by Daniel Rybakken

 

to the Luceplan collections on Architonic

 

to Daniel Rybakken’s designs on Architonic

 

 

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