Amazing Ceilings around the world. & Amazing Stretch Ceiling from Laqfoil. Part 1
King’s College Chapel at the University of Cambrigde
At a charity event held at the University of Cambridge, a Paris-based, digital projection artist, Miguel Chevalier, turned the university’s 16th-century King’s College Chapel into a stunning backdrop for his hypnotizing light show. As each speaker at the “Dear World… Yours, Cambridge” event spoke, the chapel was filled with projections that artfully illustrated
The Dome of Light at the Formosa Boulevard Station in Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Half metro station, half kaleidoscope, this dazzling “Dome of Light” is said to be the largest glass work in the world. The dome, consisting of 4,500 panels, was made by Narcissus Quagliata, an Italian designer who subtitled it “Wind, Fire, and Time.” Given the ecclesiastical appearance of this art installation, it should come as no surprise that it’s been proposed as a venue for mass weddings.
3D Ceiling design from Laqfoil. Onyxx Sport Bar, Brampton
This project was challenging for Laqfoil. The client wanted to hang over 30 TV sets around the interior, and the room had a ceiling to floor windows all throughout. There was an issue with the windows reflecting into the televisions and the patterning. In the end, Laqfoil succeeded in creating a unique solution involving 3D installations and custom interior design.
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