New technological advances in LED lighting have opened the doors for large public lighting displays using something that everyone can see, buildings. Popping up throughout the world, these transformed buildings seem quite ordinary during the day but come sunset, majestic lighting art appears for all to see.
The National Library of Belarus in Minsk, Belarus looks like a geometric wonder and then the sun sets and the building becomes a LED lighting masterpiece.
Photo courtesy of: Mondoarc.com
Photo courtesy of: Travelpod
In May of 2012, Tokyo unveiled the world’s tallest tower, the Skytree Tower (photo below). Transcending time and height the illuminating lights at the top of the tower “reach strongly out to the sky and expand bravely towards space as if they were our dreams and hopes. Illumination on the structure emphasizes the beauty of the curves and camber of the tower.” - Tokyo Skytree -
Photo courtesy of: Wikipedia – Sky Tree Tower, Tokyo
Photo: Tokyo’s Hotaru Festival – Photo courtesy of: Spoon & Tango
The Agbar-Tower in Barcelona, Spain is a normal office building by day, but by night this tower features a LED, artistic display.
Photos courtesy of: Torre Agbar – Wikipedia, Barcelona – Unlit & Inside