Posted by Walter Phillips on 27.10.2014 - Tagged as: Studio Drift
Shylights by Studio Drift at the Rijksmuseum, photos: Erik and Petra Hesmerg
Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum, the Netherlands national museum dedicated to arts and history, has acquired an installation with five Shylights by Dutch designers Studio Drift, marking the first time that a work by Studio Drift can be permanently seen by the public in a Dutch museum.
‘The Particle Plan’ by Studio Drift, DUS, Digiluce and Rombout Frieling
A team of four Dutch creative studio’s; Studio Drift, DUS, Digiluce and Rombout Frieling, has won the pitch to create one of the largest permanent interactive light installations in the world, for one of Switzerland’s most prominent landmarks, the 680 year old ‘Kapellbrücke’ (Chapel Bridge) in Lucerne.
The Obsidian Project: Revaluation mirror by Studio Drift
Dutch artists Lonneke Gordijn and Ralph Nauta of Studio Drift have created an eloquent, seemingly alchemical response to the world’s excessive chemical waste problem with The Obsidian Project: Revaluation, a series of highly polished and reflective black mirrors made from synthetic obsidian.
The Dutch lighting virtuosos Ralph Nauta and Lonneke Gordijn of Studio Drift have unveiled their new, dramatic installation during this year’s edition of Luminale fair. Here’s the footage from this spectacular dreamscape on which the designers have worked for six years.
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