Archive for July 28th, 2007

July 28, 2007

Liebskind`s ROM crystal


Daniel Liebskind has designed “The Crystal” as part of the expansion of the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) and the whole thing is called the ROM Renaissance. With a budget of over 154 Million USD, what the Canadians got is a bit eerie, a fascinating, twinkling… icicle. If my high school teacher was right saying that true art moves you and makes you shiver with emotions, than the ROM crystal does relate to it: it does make one shiver, but with cold.

See what the interior looks like:

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July 28, 2007

Phosphorous shine


Lumaglass™ makes use of Electroluminescent (EL) light in a film form which is fixed onto the inside of the profiled glass panels. This EL Lamp works by using an alternating current that excites phosphor crystals, which in turn emit light. Lumaglass™ is an environmental friendly light that requires low energy consumption and little to no maintenance. LumaglassTM has been launched by Westcrowns Contracting Services group. This light will never burn out completely!

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