07 October, 2010

Daylight entrance by Daniel Rybakken

I saw ‘Daylight entrance’ project at DogA last month and felt very impressed by the originality of the idea. The led lamp disguised under the wall surface creates the illusion of sunlight reflection lightening up the whole interior. The design plays with our perception of light and what is more: just think how positively it can affect your mood!

The young Norwegian designer, Daniel Rybakken worked with natural daylight effects in his earlier projects: ‘Daylight comes sideways’, ‘The subconscious effects of daylight’ and ‘Surface daylight’. Current light installation, collecting all the ideas and incorporating them into architecture, was realized in the entrance of the office building in Stockholm.

Daniel Rybakken was awarded recently Norsk Form's Prize to Young Designers 2010.


www.danielrybakken.com

10 comments:

  1. Whenever I see something really cool...it's always from Norway - same with music - they are hiding amazing talent up there!

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  2. That is amazing! That could be used in so many applications!

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  3. That is so applicable in countries where you have few light. A magnificent idea!!!!

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  4. Petra, you're right! I could only be conceived in the north, where the sunlight is so greatly appreciated :)

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  5. Brilliant! Letting the sunshine in helps conserve energy. Enjoy a glorious day! Kellie xx

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  6. This is great!!! I love how clean it feels with all the white and the light shining.
    xoxo
    www.joiedevivre-chiara.blogspot.com

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  7. so inspirational!!

    <3<3
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  8. Love the pictures. A lot of Indian space designers are catching on to this trend. It elevates the interiors so!

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  9. Amazing! Thanks for sharing - it is ideas such as this one that makes you realize how much of wonderful talent there really is! xo

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