Architecture

Digital playground by Studio Roosegaarde

Design can actually be very social, as you can see in this neighborhood in Almere, Holland. Artist and architect Daan Roosegaarde was asked by housing cooperation Ymere to create an interactive artwork that made the square lighter and more safe. He created Marbles, large glowing forms that interact witch colour, light and sound. Kids, adults and even dogs loved it: as you can see in this documentary.

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