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Posts tagged as 'neon light'

'Incitament' in Aalborg, 2009

The Copenhagen based textile designer realised some new stunning light installations. One of them is the 6 x 6 meter neon tapestry for Gigantium, a culture center in Aalborg, which is made from a beautyfully composed raster of neon tubes in several gradings of green.

'Incitament' in Aalborg, 2009

’5240 Vollsmose’ in Odense is a gigantic ornament on the roof top of the local culture center that moves slowly around its own axis. The 4 x 4 m symbol is made from LED and aluminium. According to the multi-cultural residents of this area the pattern is inspired from geometrical patterns in carpet design and architecture, especially from the Islamic world.

'5240 Vollsmose', 2009

'5240 Vollsmose', 2009

'5240 Vollsmose', 2009

to the Astrid Krogh website

Fri 21.8.

‘Flora’ by Astrid Krogh

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 21.08.2009 - Tagged as: , , ,

'Flora', a 'neon tapestry' by Astrid Krogh

'Flora', a 'neon tapestry' by Astrid Krogh

With her colourful ‘Neon wallpapers’ and her delicate luminous weavings the Danish textile designer Astrid Krogh has not only lighten up some rather dry environments such as the Danish Parliament or the headquarter of the Danish State Railway – many of her works are associated with the architecture of well-known international practices.

Detail of 'Flora'

Detail of 'Flora'

Astrid’s latest neon light installation is ‘Flora’, a decoration for the Nikolai Quarter in Kolding, Denmark, which was commissioned by the Commune of Kolding. The renovated quarter is a complex of schools and other social institutions and its new central place was designed by the Danish landscape architect Kristine Jensen.

In contrast to Astrids previous neon tapestries ‘Flora’ is less patterned but a very free composition of old floral ornaments.

'Lightfall' made of optic fibres, for the NRGI headquarter which was designed by Schmidt Hammer Lassen

'Lightfall' made of optic fibres, for the NRGI headquarter which was designed by Schmidt Hammer Lassen

One of her latest projects is a wall decoration for the NRGI headquarter in Århus, Denmark, designed by Schmidt Hammer Lassen. The tapestry ‘Lightfall’ she created for the elevator inside the atrium of the building is made of optical fibres, a material Astrid has been using for several years. By cutting some of the fibres the light conduction is interruted and the light rays out at certain spots.

'Blue' is a curtain woven of optic fibres, the colour of the curtain is slowly and constantly changing

'Blue' is a curtain woven of optic fibres, the colour of the curtain is slowly and constantly changing

to the Astrid Krogh website

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