Bright Interactive Clouds Installation by Mason Studio

Category: Design Published on 27 Feb, 2013 Tags: , ,
Bright Interactive Clouds Installation by Mason Studio

For Toronto Design Offsite Festival 2013, Canadian interior designers of Mason Studio filled a pavilion nestled on a side-street in Toronto’s West End, with a large series of gentle, cloud-like objects gather to form a site-specific installation. The motion sensitive objects react to the surrounding environment with lighting effects. Fabricated from transparent tissue paper, the material was chosen for its ability to billow and fill the space. The natural inconsitiencies of the creases and folds modulate the light in a manner to emulate the soft filtration of light by clouds at dusk.

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images © Scott Norsworthy

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