Magic Spheres 2.0 is a summer pavilion designed for Central Park. Artificial light, sound and perception can be controlled to create different scenes. The space is componed by different spheres.

The sphere's panels are componed by different materials: translucent, with polycarbonate panels or textiles, and multimedia panels.

These multimedia are screens compuned by LEDs.  They are controlled by a computer, which can change the perception of the place. Magic Spheres turn on or turn off at the park, where camouflages itself.


In addiction, the "virtual space" created by the panels can be digitally modified by users using different sensors inside the pavilion or watching the show programmed by digital artists.

© 2018 by KEVIN MORENO ARCHITECT

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