solar-powered tree lights

Solar-Powered Trees

SonUmbra Solar powered tree-composed of strands of light-emitting fabric woven into a lucent web of branches.

"We've developed illuminated, self-supporting animated architectural textiles using an old textile technique, lace making, that's brought up to an architectural scale then combined with parametric design software to create some very ephemeral light installations. by Loop.pH studio

As advancements in lighting technology unveil fresh materials, we're thrilled to see designers exploring new ways to light up the night. SonUmbra is a solar-powered tree composed of strands of light-emitting fabric woven into a lucent web of branches.

Environmentally Unfriendly Materials Recycled Into Works of Art

Environmentally Unfriendly Materials Recycled Into Works of Art

sansscriptstories: “Tara Donovan - Styrofoam Cup Sculpture I love ceiling installations that use light.

Toutes les tailles | Electroluminescent tree testing | Flickr : partage de photos !

ianbrooks: “ Electroluminescent Tree by Ian Hobson Electroluminescent wire (or EL wire, as we like to call it on the streets) is a thin copper wire coated in a phosphor that gets all glow-y when a.

Sonumbra by Loop.pH    These spindly light sculptures look like they are have been struck by lightning, but actually, they are comprised of textiles integrated with solar cells called Sonumbra. Designed by the Land Art and Design Studio Loop.pH, they also have motion detection sensors that respond to human presence with an exciting spectacle of light and sound.

6 Brilliant Solar-Powered Art Projects to Brighten Your Day

6 Brilliant Solar-Powered Art Projects to Brighten Your Day 6 Brilliant Solar Art Projects to Brighten up Your Day – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

"We're bringing cutting-edge research  into the public sphere" - Loop.pH

Mathias Gmachl of Loop.pH explains how the London design studio's large-scale lighting installations help people relate to cutting-edge research in molecular biology in our next Designed in Hackney Day movie.

White polyhedric plaster sculpture on a tree trunk                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Nature vs Man Made I was unable to find the artist who created this sculpture, but I think this image is powerful. It directly comments on destruction and creation. Juxtaposing a paper mold growing from a tree makes the viewer think about paper and waste.

Dessiner l'espace grâce à la lumière - Design Percept Eight Part Fugue Rideau de Lumière - fibre optique 2011

Exposition Futurotextiles, surprising textiles, design and art – du 5 février au…

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