Modern Contemporary Design


Habitando by Luisa Alvarez


Formerly a member of guerrilla lighting collective Luzinterruptus, lighting designer Luisa Alvarez presents a new lighting installation entitled Habitando. Taking advantage of an abandoned house for a few hours, Alvarez and elogio de la sombre combined colour, light and many rolls of jewel-toned cellophane. The house is temporarily reborn, taking on a magical aspect when natural and artificial light glows through coloured transparencies. See the video after the jump.

Artist: Luisa Alvarez

Photos: Tania Vegazo

Video: Belen Leiva




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