Chicago LED trellis transforms concrete in the short and long term
Here is yet another reason to love what ESI Design can do. Asked to create a digital experience that would mitigate an imposing concrete wall, ESI Designs created “Sensing Change” a dynamic light installation that creates a warmer, more engaging environment day or night. It is an LED trellis that will eventually support real ivy but in the meantime evokes the same dappled light effect with technology.
At night the light installation features two modes, one responsive to local weather data, and the other displaying specific content related to calendar event or civic promotions. A little bit of the concrete jungle is thus cleverly transformed.
IM Pei building in Boston benefits from a contemporary touch
ESI Design get to add something worthwhile to the lobby of an IM Pei building in Boston, in this instance dynamic lighting on the LED strips that respond to weather data in order to generate appropriate colour and movement. Perhaps it gives that IM Pei building in Melbourne (Collins Place) something to think about.
ESI Design refreshes the Statue of Liberty Museum
ESI Design used large format LED and other media to recently update the story of the statue of liberty at the statue's Ellis Island museum. France's famous gift to the US is a significant icon not just to the USA but to the world at large. So even if you’ve been to Ellis Island before, it’s now time for a second visit.
Transforming industrial landscapes with light
This shipyard architectural lighting project by Skira in Croatia makes a passing cruise on the water far more special than it would have been otherwise. Hooray for technology and imagination. It’s yet another reason to visit the Croatian coast. We are reliably informed the first and foremost reason is the best fish and chips in the world.
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