RAYLEIGH | 2012
Experimental prototype based on the Rayleigh light phenomenon for the project project winner of the CLU International Lighting Competition (Montreal).
The installation reacts to environmental conditions of relative humidity propitiating new psychological spaces of relationship through color. In this case, the dispersion produced by two wavelengths far from each other was chosen, where it was indeed proven that the long wavelength reflects a greater amount of light than the short wavelength compared to the same type of colloidal system.
It proposes a type of urban lighting that goes beyond purely functional parameters, light as a means to experiment, to establish new relationships with the environment, the city and people.