An award-winning innovative solar design practice that brings solar energy into daily life.
The studio is creating lasting change through solar design, integrating solar power seamlessly into our environments such as in buildings and objects.
Most notable works are the Solar Roof of Netherlands Pavilion at the World Expo 2020 in Dubai, Sunne, Current Table and Power Plant.
Cyanometer takes its name from the 1789 invention which was used to measure the colour of the sky. The stones used for the ring-shaped installation are opals, which scatter the light in the same way that the sky does.
The 3 lights, standing, hanging and wall light are part of Swarovksi’s Chrystal Palace lighting collection.
Part of Swarovksi’s Crystal Palace lighting collection.