Openfield Creativelab Performs an Illumination Under the Scope of Alumia Project named ‘Kaleidotree’

In the 20th anniversary of the acceptance of Codroia’s Gardens in the historic area of Porto to the UNESCO World Heritage List, the Openfield Creativelab team created a very special lighting design. The ‘Kaleidotree’ lighting work, prepared to emphasize the fact that nature is part of life and the breathing of trees, was met with great interest of the visitors.

The Openfield Creativelab team has revealed a very special lighting project called ‘Kaleidotree’ for the ‘ALUMIA’ project of Cordoaria Gardens in Porto. The project, implemented in the historic area of Porto, was designed to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the acceptance of the UNESCO World Heritage List. The Creativelab team used a series of mirrors and specially designed illuminations to provide Kaleidoscope Effect under the scope of Kaleidotree concept.  The illuminations were programmed in different scenarios to picture the breath of thetrees to emphasize the dynamism and vitality of the gardens.

Under daylight, It seems that a fruit coming from a different World, on the other hand  the visitors are moving from the fantasy world to the magical forest when the lights have lit up through the night. Furthermore, the ALUMIA project was included with many artworks. In this sense, while the visitors were enjoying the Cordoaria Gardens of Porto, they had a chance to see a lot light and art works. The work put forward within the scope of the project was met with great interest of the visitors.

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Openfield Creativelab Performs an Illumination Under the Scope of Alumia Project named KaleidotreeOpenfield Creativelab Performs an Illumination Under the Scope of Alumia Project named KaleidotreeOpenfield Creativelab Performs an Illumination Under the Scope of Alumia Project named KaleidotreeOpenfield Creativelab Performs an Illumination Under the Scope of Alumia Project named KaleidotreeOpenfield Creativelab Performs an Illumination Under the Scope of Alumia Project named Kaleidotree