Art

Ghent Light Festival’s installation features 55,000 LED lights

As part of the recent Ghent Light Festival – held in Belgium for four days – a cathedral-like light installation was erected. Containing 55,000 LED lights, the wooden structure stood grandly at 28m and was reminiscent of Roman and Renaissance architecture. We think it fit the theme of happiness perfectly and it was even eco-friendly – consuming only 20Kwatt/h of electricity.

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