The Dexia Tower's Giant Light Show

By: Ben Preiss - Published: Dec 4, 2007 • References: neatorama & creativereview
The Dexia Tower in Brussel, Belgium has 4,200 windows that each have a remote controlled RGB LED bar that basically turns the entire building into a huge glowing chameleon-like Vegas light show.

Creative Review notes, "Dexia, a bank, opened its Tower, next to the Rogier Metro station at the end of one of the city's main thoroughfares, last year. Ever since, it has played host to a series of amazing light shows, mostly courtesy of Brussels-based LAb[au], specialists in interactive artworks and audiovisual performances. Playing while we were there was Who's Afraid of Red, Green and Blue? (above), one of a series of six different works, each lasting two months. The current show is on the theme of weather." Stats for Light Show Architecture Trending: Older & Warm
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