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'éclats de verre' is the most recent work of the french-canadian design firm Atomic3. The human-scale colored panel maze has been displayed in the heart of Montreal (Quebec, Canada), resembling a massive stained-glass window, deconstructed to span the length of a public gathering space.
The ‘labyrinthe chromatique’ is a rainbow urban sculpture comprised of several large, clear panels situated in a manner which interacts with both natural and artificial light. The rectangular pieces either enhance the surrounding space
with vibrantly-shaded shadows cast on the ground and passers by or made bright with man-made illumination in the night.

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French-Canadian design firm atomic3’s most recent work, 'éclats de verre' developed for Luminothérapie 2012. The human-scale colored panel maze has been displayed in the heart of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, resembling a massive stained-glass window, deconstructed to span the length of a public gathering space. The ‘labyrinthe chromatique’ is a rainbow urban sculpture comprised of several large, clear panels situated in a manner which interacts with both natural and artificial light. The rectangular pieces either enhance the surrounding space with vibrantly-shaded shadows cast on the ground and passers by or made bright with man-made illumination in the night.

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Iceberg \ ATOMIC3

An Arctic wind has been blowing through downtown Montreal since ATOMIC3 introduced Iceberg, an interactive, architectural, light and sound installation that brings winter right into the heart of the city. 

From north to south, from the Place des Festivals to the Place des Arts esplanade, the installation follows the journey of an iceberg, from its birth in Arctic waters to its melting off the southern coast. It features four “skeletons” representing the Iceberg at four different stages in its life. Four life stages: four different shapes and sizes, four illuminated spaces, and above all, four distinct soundscapes…

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