Qipco Office Tower, Doha
A swarm of colored lights
An intelligent swarm of colored lights
Qipco Office Tower, Doha, Qatar
The Frankfurt-based light artist Thomas Emde translated the pulsating energy of the city into a fascinating light installation for Qatar Investment & Project Development Holding (Qipco). He distributed 2,700 individually controllable high-power LEDs over the mesh facade of the “Tornado Tower”. They make the skyscraper pulsate with spiral movements and 35,000 possible color combinations. This spectacular light installation has already achieved iconic status for the night skyline of Doha.
Bremerhaven Climate House 8° East, Bremerhaven
Once around the world: linking rivers and deserts
From a river to a desert along a line of longitude
Bremerhaven Climate House 8° East, Bremerhaven, Germany
The Climate House in Bremerhaven takes visitors on a journey through the world’s different climate zones. The one constant is the 8 degrees east line of longitude. Lighting expert Gerd Pfarré has turned the 10,250 square meter glass facade into a sparkling array of 2,000 individually controllable points of light. Our feno control software makes handling this impressively complex system both simple and intuitive.
Lentos Museum of Modern Art, Linz
Chameleon: an art museum as a living body of light
Nocturnal color changes thanks to 116 signal converters
Lentos Museum of Modern Art, Linz, Austria
The Lentos Museum of Modern Art bends inconspicuously in the silhouette of Linz. During the day the facade reflects the light of its environment. At dusk countless LEDs and precisely 116 of our fi dmx-dsi 4d signal converters provide a scintillating display of color that has now become one of the landmarks of Linz. Until the sun takes over again at dawn.