Featured as part of this art exhibition is the unique experience of body and movement created by the interactive light art installation “Dobpler” by Stig Skjelvik. From the museums webpage: “The human body has been the sculptor’s favourite motif from as far back as antiquity. It was not until the 20th century that sculpture became abstract and […]
Two of my projects in 2017 has been nominated for Best Outdoor Projects. The Lindeberg pedestrian tunnel for Oslo Municipality who contains two unique Dobpler installations using semi mirrors was done in cooperation with ÅF lighting and HOOS. The other project is the NBUnding […]
During the Dublin Tech Summit I was invited to exhibit the clasical Dobpler system.
Nullohm has participated in the the make-over and the lighting design of a pedestrian tunnel at Lindberg in Oslo. The designs of the light installation and wallpaintings are based on interviews with local stakeholders and participatory workshops. Several tests of various luminaries were carried out together with local children and adults, who were invited to […]
Ungdommen i vestby vil starte det nye skoleåret i en splitter ny skolebygning tegnet av arkitektene Kristiansen & Bernhardt. Trapper og haller er utsmyket av kunstneren Tine Aamodt og Nullohm har hatt gleden av å levere en 2,4 x 2 meter Dobpler ledvegg som byr de besøkende velkommen i hovedingangen. Stål og glassarbeide for den massive […]
The kids at the lower secondary school in Vestby, Norway will start this years in a brand new building by architects Kristiansen & Bernhardt Stairs and halls are decorated by artist Tine Aamodt and Nullohm had the privilege to create a 2,4 x 2 meters Dobpler Interactive LED Wall to greet the users in the […]
Nullohm are participating in European City of Culture 2013 with a three meter Dobpler wall, a sircuit identical to the installation we did in cooperation with Snøhetta in Norway in 2008. Dobpler is a soft and extremely energy efficient «Light on Demand System» in the form of modular Led panels with a simple interaction that creates […]
Bjarke Ingels Group
Cleaning a piece of sensor based interactive architecture is in fact quite more fun than cleaning a non interactive piece of architecture, its so easy to see what area you have just washed. – see for your self at the video.