Springs Towers sit on the corner of two major highways giving the site a highly visible “at speed” observed frontage. Commissioned as part of a new tower development,   Flight Above Flow   addresses the highly visible site boundary walls and adds a rhythmic light flowing line to form the signature of the development. The work makes use of the height of the walls to play along its front and top a series of pierced tube sections, each internally lit with programmable LED lighting. 
       
     
 The lighting sits above a scatter of glinting fins that catch the available light to produce a simple varying energetic field.
       
     
 The illuminated line  also creates the entry gesture to the foyer in the form of a vertical rhythmic column that supports the artist designed canopy
       
     
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 Springs Towers sit on the corner of two major highways giving the site a highly visible “at speed” observed frontage. Commissioned as part of a new tower development,   Flight Above Flow   addresses the highly visible site boundary walls and adds a rhythmic light flowing line to form the signature of the development. The work makes use of the height of the walls to play along its front and top a series of pierced tube sections, each internally lit with programmable LED lighting. 
       
     

Springs Towers sit on the corner of two major highways giving the site a highly visible “at speed” observed frontage. Commissioned as part of a new tower development, Flight Above Flow addresses the highly visible site boundary walls and adds a rhythmic light flowing line to form the signature of the development. The work makes use of the height of the walls to play along its front and top a series of pierced tube sections, each internally lit with programmable LED lighting. 

 The lighting sits above a scatter of glinting fins that catch the available light to produce a simple varying energetic field.
       
     

The lighting sits above a scatter of glinting fins that catch the available light to produce a simple varying energetic field.

 The illuminated line  also creates the entry gesture to the foyer in the form of a vertical rhythmic column that supports the artist designed canopy
       
     

The illuminated line  also creates the entry gesture to the foyer in the form of a vertical rhythmic column that supports the artist designed canopy

_DSC3412.JPG
       
     
springs (1 of 4).jpg