A place where physics meets art and art meets fun. Using the principles of the primary colours of light and additive colour mixing, we create a lighting world that appears neutral until you enter - and then your shadows are fractured into magical colours.
The Japanese expression for "dappled light through the leaves" this installation plays with light and sound to create a festive pathway of dappled light. The music for this installation was composed by Kate O'Hanlon.
These majestic trees needed a majestic lighting treatment. By rigging the lights way up high we are able to highlight just how magnificent these redwoods are. This son et lumiere experience celebrates our love of holidays and festive cheer.
Clusters of five reeds of various heights in assorted pastel shades rise up to seven meters high. Cylindrical and flexible, these dainty wild plants, usually lining waterways, add a hip touch of glamour to the surrounding forest.
This immersive, welcoming tunnel of warm light is equally spectacular when viewed from the inside or out. Inspired by arched church windows and appearing from a distance to be a single solid shape, the Christmas Cathedral is illuminated by tens of thousands of LED lights.
Grass of the pampas plants are gathered in groves to create new green spaces around which the passers-by can wander. The groves, when lit at night become an amazing luminous tableau animated with bright colours.
Aurora is an overhead lit piece which brings the northern lights to life. Animated lighting recreates the tones of the Aurora Borealis while illuminating the audience and the garden’s surroundings.