Futur en Seine & Nuit Blanche 2012
Located between Bærum Kulturhus and the cinema there is a narrow passage for pedestrians and bicycles. Lighting designer Linda Knoph Vigsnæs from Lystoff have been responsible for the lighting plan, and suggested a interactive light wall to brighten up the dark passage and create responsive visibility in an effort to ease the potential conflicts between cyclists and […]
Video of the interactive lightwall from one of the two pedestrian tunnels below Siegessäule, Großer Stern. Berlin
Today there was an article about us in Norways second largest newspaper Dagbladet, about the Mnemosyne walls in Berlin. Download the pdf article here
Bjarke Ingels Group
Nullohm has just finished a project for the architects at Bifokal – A sound activated interactive wall! It consists of 70 modules that reacts with movement and light when it hears sound, it gets more vivid the louder sound. The modules consists of a special made circuitboard, programmed with the Arduino programming environment. A microphone […]
The collaboration with Bifokal has finaly ended in an exhibition. The sonomorph system, kinectic response to sound will be shoved at Atleri Nord, in Oslo 17-19 of june.
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.
Nullohm has been invited to participate in this summers exhibition «Frontiers of Architecture III-IV LIVING» at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art (Copenhagen, Denmark). We will participate with a 9 m2 Dobpler wall, which is identical to the installation we did in cooperation with Snøhetta in Sandnes, Norway, in 2008. Dobpler is a soft and extremely […]
We are happy to announce that The Norwegian art council has granted us a stipend to work on the artistic installation Drag. The planned location of DRAG – wind responsive environment is at Stokkøy in Trøndelag, Norway. A windy island where the rough landscape shaped by the North Sea meets new and daring architecture. A […]