In the year 2015, several events were held worldwide to celebrate the International Year of Light. One of those events was the conference hosted by the Norwegian lighting magazine Lyskultur, who invited students to generate a ambience design proposal for the closing party.  

The ambience proposal was based in the reaction of color on surfaces when they are affected with different colored light. Wood frames in the shapes of cubes and rectangles, with different colors and reactions to light were built. These were installed in the venue where the party was held, and the guest could walk through them. In the ceiling, a RGB system of lights was installed, that would change to a specific range of colors that changed the color reflected in the structures.

It was a collaborative project between students and teachers of the Oslo University College, and my job was focused on managing and programming the illumination system Color Kinetics by Phillips.