Church of Santa Llúcia, Girona (Gironès)

Highly poetic project that represents a forest ceiling made of treetops at dusk, when the forms are blurred and give way to imagination, transporting the viewer to utopian places of fantasy and magic. This forest is formed of a tangle of giant lights made of laces and natural dried flowers (lunaria annua), falling languidly creating an interplay of soft and delicate transparencies. The dynamism of a group of low energy light bulbs completes the arrangement, glowing intermittently like night insects suspended in the air.

Design and assembly: Cristina Masferrer I ESTUDI, Gustau Torres, Èlia Clemente and Karla Medina
Organized: Girona, Temps de Flors – Girona City Council

Emporia Gold, Best lighting. Ephemeral Architecture National Awards 2014

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Project published in: On Diseño, no. 351, July 2015. “Emporia Awards 2014”