Vancouver lights up a dark highway overpass with a massive chandelier

January 4, 2016 by  
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The city of Vancouver, Canada has approved a public art project which would suspend a giant, spinning chandelier beneath the Granville Street Bridge. Commissioned by The Westbank Corporation and designed by local artist Rodney Graham , the sculpture is a replica of an 18th century design that will measure four by six meters (13 by 19 feet). Though it may appear to be crystal from a distance, the chandelier is actually composed of clear polymer pieces with embedded LEDs . Read the rest of Vancouver lights up a dark highway overpass with a massive chandelier

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BIG’s Twisting Vancouver High-Rise is Lined with Vertical Gardens That Filter Vehicle Emissions

April 12, 2012 by  
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Read the rest of BIG’s Twisting Vancouver High-Rise is Lined with Vertical Gardens That Filter Vehicle Emissions Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Beach and Howe , BIG Architecture , bjarke ingles , disused space , eco design , Granville Island , Granville Street Bridge , green design , sustainable design , vancouver , vertical garden

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