marking the transition: arts & healthcare
(Design, Public Art)


"Amidst all the discussions of heating pipes and suspended ceilings the art is a real breath of fresh air."

Dr Ian Garbutt 14 Jul 2004


marking the transition, public art, arts & healthcare, site-responsive, InSites, architectural glass, aquarium, poetry, text, interactive, sensor-led, lighting, design, visualisation of data, photography, wheatgrass, participatory, language




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The Atrium light feature

..the hanging panels echo the etched rock viens of the entrance glazing.

Each panel changes subtly through a cycle of colour, which is part of an overall spectrum from blue (cold) to hot (yellow / orange).

The panel that indicates the current temperature is recognized due to it being off-white and static. The temperature level is written on each panel in Celsius and represents the starting degree of a 3-degree temperature band.

The feature consumes less power than a 100 watt lightbulb to generate the LED lighting cycles




interfaces of location and memory