Church Floor Covered with Magic Carpet of Light by Miguel Chevalier

French artist Miguel Chevalier created the ‘Magic Carpets’ installation that transformed a church floor into an enchanting virtual carpet of colorful light accompanied by soft music. The installation was done inside Sacré Coeur, a former church that now houses art exhibitions.

 

Awe-inspiring Glowing Lights Installation in Tokyo's Sumida River

As a way to create awareness for the on-going river abuse, 100,000 pieces of ‘wishing star’ solar-powered LED lights were released on to Sumida River in Tokyo. The lights were particularly designed by Panasonic so that it glows when touched by water. After the beautiful river display, the tiny lights were gathered to be used again in the future. The symbolic installation is part of the Tokyo Hotaru Festival which reminds locals of the [...]

 

Walk Through a Brilliant Interactive Maze

Design studio LIKE Architects made an illuminating installation for IKEA in Lisbon, Portugal this year. The said project was composed of 1,200 pieces of LEDARE lamps attached to HEMMA floor bases in varied heights. A brilliant way to introduce IKEA’s new project, the LEDARE . [via architizer]

 

Colorful Voyage of 300 Illuminated Boats by Aether & Hemera

Claudio Benghi and Gloria Ronchi of Aether and Hemera collaborated for a festive and enjoyable installation called Voyage. ‘Voyage’ installation consists of three hundred floating ‘paper boats’, encasing coloured dynamic LED lights that come alive at night in the Middle Dock of Canary Wharf. The exhibit can be seen until February 15th, 2013. Photos by Sean Batten and Ian Docwra. Have a truly Blessed and Merry Christmas everyone! [via hypn and colossal]

 

Fun Interactive Cloud Sculpture Composed of 6,000 Light Bulbs

This CLOUD will surely put a smile on anyone visiting this enjoyable installation. Calgary based artist Caitlind Brown begun the interactive CLOUD sculpture in September of this year. It’s made of 5,000 busted light bulbs and 1,000 working light bulbs that invites you to turn it on by standing beneath it. It’s like having a bright idea come up to you over 1,000 times! Simply brilliant. [via yellowtrace]