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each tree’s light is autonomous and pulsing, shifting colors as visitors pass by and radiating toward neighboring trees. The post teamLab transforms jewel changi​ ​airport​ into a luminous forest of glowing trees appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
hidden in beneath the streets of madrid under a refurbished eighteenth century palace, the design team transforms the dark, subterranean space into a luminous and atmospheric night club. The post the cavernous, glowing ‘bala perdida club’ is hidden beneath streets of madrid appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
One of the most powerful ways to adjust the mood of an image, a landscape photo in particular, is through the use of the Orton Effect. This technique was developed in the 1980s by Michael Orton and it essentially creates a dreamlike glow to your image. You can read more about the effect and how it has been traditionally used in digital photography by clicking here. Through the use of a new techni
from the 5th of december 2018 until the 28th of april 2019, the artists will be showing his pieces as part of the exhibition 'architecture effects'. The post a home is not a hole: didier faustino installs glowing monument to emptiness at guggenheim bilbao appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
In the more advanced stages of diabetes, the patient has a real risk of going blind. While there are treatments to help keep this from happening, they're invasive and often painful. There may be new hope, though, in the form of glowing contact lenses... Continue Reading Could diabetic blindness be prevented by glowing contact lenses? Category: Health & Wellbeing Tags: Blindnes


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