Luz Interruptus

December 29, 2008 § Leave a comment

Spanish designers Luzinterruptus have completed a guerrilla lighting installation in a Madrid street. The Luz Interruptus project temporarily decorated 26 street lamps in Calle del Pez with domestic-style shades. According to the designers the installation, carried out on the night of 12 December, cost 180 Euros, took three hours and lasted seven hours.

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(via dezeen)

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