The furniture manufacturer Humanscale attaches particular importance to natural human ergonomics when developing its furniture. The aim is to create products that improve health and the comfort of working life. This should be experienced in a special and haunting way at the Milan Design Week 2019.
TheGreenEyl studio and Todd Bracher developed an interactive light installation that implemented the core of the brand as a metaphor. In doing so, they referred to the method developed by Gunnar Johansson of providing certain key points with points of light in order to highlight movement patterns. They interpreted this procedure as an interactive installation that filled the room with human movement.
A simple but elegant installation that activates the visitors in a harmonious way.
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