Chelsea Harbour

Lightframe

Sept. 1, 2004

One of our first installation projects done in the days when the Directors built things with their very own hands…ahh the good old days.

An interactive light sculpture for the Focus design event at Chelsea Harbour. Commissioned to create a hanging chandelier alongside two other artists for one of Chelsea Harbour's large glass atriums, our 4m x 4m light cube displayed different coloured sequences that were triggered by sensors under coloured carpet tiles on the ground floor. Playful, surprising and very dramatic it was so popular that it's lifespan was extended for 6 months after the show had ended.