Concept: Nathalie Rozot
A new system of interactive lighting displays permeates urban iconography with environmental information of collective interest for the 21st century cityscapes. Data is monitored by sensors (e.g. selected pollutants) and sent to control systems. Information is then distributed to wireless networks of light panels that are integral to the built environment (as part of architectural structures or urban amenities, new or retrofitted). The display modules use highly recycled materials (aluminum, eco-resin), low-energy light sources (Light Emitting Diodes), and are solar-powered. Networks (output) can be reconfigured and support changeable sources of input.
2002: NYFA Architecture and Environmental Structures Fellowship
2009: Finalist for the Buckminster Fuller Challenge Grant