Located in Hong Kong and organized by Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation for “Jockey Club Community Arts Biennale 2015″, the public art Kaleidome instalated by LAAB is an interesting art products.
Kaleidome is designed and manually constructed by team hands with advanced programming and precise digital fabrication technique. The 262 polyhedral cells are made of polished-stainless-steel mirror in
22 shapes. Each mirror was laser-cut and folded according to our
parametric computer model. The cell is tinted in various shades of red
and blue with a very thin layer of paint that preserves the
reflectiveness of the original mirror finish. Not only did the
parametric model streamline the design and fabrication process, but it
also minimized the amount of materials on dome construction.
Kaleidome reflects a blossom of
light-and-shadow interplay, offering constantly changing moments that
captivate the souls of urban strollers. In this public artwork, viewers
are also creators. Together, they make various compositions of
color-tinted reflections that transform the empty plaza into a